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CASE STUDY: Logan Table

Logan Table

Recently, Solid Objective-Idenburg Liu (SO-IL), a Brooklyn-based architecture firm, has completed a one office space for LOGAN, located in New York. This office is situated in a 6,500 square foot corner loft space on the second floor in a small office building in lower Manhattan. What stands out most about the LOGAN office are the two rectangular rooms with long white tables within them. The tables are 10 feet in length and protrude through a translucent glass wall. The glass walls divide the project workspace, small offices and conference rooms. SO-IL thought this design for LOGAN would be most practical because of its work environment. A large part of LOGAN’s workflow consists of members moving around based on different projects.

To make the tables, SO-IL used HI-MACS, manufactured by LG Hausys. Fabricated HI-MAC sheets were glued together to achieve a seamless appearance. This is one of many essential benefits of HI-MACS ? that it is uniform even when two or more pieces are glued together, and the LOGAN table is a perfect example of this quality.

Project Credits

Project Name
• LOGAN Table
- Brooklyn, NY
Photographer
• Iwan Baan, Naho Kubota
Design
• Solid Objectives - Idenburg Liu (SO-IL)
General Contractor
• Situ Studio
Material
• LG Hausys HI-MACS Solid Surface
- Colors - Arctic White