Monogram Dinner X Design

A fun and challenging project put together by a group of Vancouver designers for Monograms Dinner X Design and IDS West. The idea of topography follows through to the landscape of the project, or the design, where we wanted to show as much of our good fortune in geography into the tablescape.

 

Vancouver Design Bureau was the centre of this project, and the designers themselves were Espiritu Design Studi0, Jeffry Liu, Jacky Ling, and OGA Design Shop. With the skills of all involved, we designed, fabricated and installed all the pieces of the project. It was a very confident of us, but we felt that Vancouver is often very underrated in regards to full spectrum design. The thought that it is not possible to manufacture in Canada is prevalent, but it is not necessarily true.

 

The table is 10′ long and was made as a 6′ and 4′ section in order to make it easier to work with, as well as market and sell afterwards. The stainless tubing is a brushed grain and is perfect in this length for an outside summer longtable. The sleek ruggedness also manifests itself in the table top, which is Solid Surface (Corian or LG Himacs). This product wears excellently, is very dimensional stable, and very strong.

3D Printed utensils, hand-cast 'snowdrift' plate sitting on solid surface table.

3D Printed utensils, hand-cast ‘snowdrift’ plate sitting on solid surface table.

3D Printed utensils, hand-cast 'snowdrift' plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

3D Printed utensils, hand-cast ‘snowdrift’ plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The 'mountain top' features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast 'snowdrift' plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The ‘mountain top’ features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast ‘snowdrift’ plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The 'mountain top' features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast 'snowdrift' plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The ‘mountain top’ features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast ‘snowdrift’ plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The 'mountain top' features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast 'snowdrift' plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The ‘mountain top’ features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast ‘snowdrift’ plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The 'mountain top' features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast 'snowdrift' plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The ‘mountain top’ features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast ‘snowdrift’ plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The 'mountain top' features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast 'snowdrift' plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The ‘mountain top’ features are actually set into the table, acting as a table runner. 3D Printed utensils, hand-cast ‘snowdrift’ plate sitting on solid surface table. The chairs are made with felt and leather over nickel steel frames.

The tablescape in use during the Dinner X Design event.

The tablescape in use during the Dinner X Design event.

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