Jupiter Dining Table

by STACKLAB Canada

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Estimated production time: 14 weeks

Each variation may differ Dimension LxWxH (cm): 152x107x75, 213x106x76, 213x107x75
Open Editions Material : Black Walnut, Blackened Cast Aluminum, Custom Stone, Mirror Polished Cast Aluminum, Mirror Polished Cast Bronze, Oxidized Maple, Oxidized White Oak, Satin Peened Bronze, White Oak
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The “Jupiter Dining Table” pairs STACKLAB’s signature solid-bronze Jupiter leg castings with domestic hardwood or custom stone table top.

The Jupiter leg is a study in creating a completely asymmetrical, yet aesthetically cohesive, geometry. The shape, derived digitally, is readily castable, yet differs in every elevation, section and plan view. Honouring central-eastern Canada’s manufacturing heritage, the Jupiter legs are cast in sand – the same process used to produce machine parts for heavy industry. The sand-casting process produces faintly perceptible irregularities that enhance the leg’s tactile appeal.

The planetary name pays homage to the subtitle of Mozart’s last symphony- a favourite of the client who commissioned the first Jupiter table- defined by its many different expressive and compositional contrasts.

Available in four sizes – 4 seats (152x107x75), 6 seats (213x107x75), and 8 seats (213x106x76).



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Weight 318 kg
Dimensions 157 × 113 × 80 cm
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Table Top Material

Black Walnut with Oil Finish, White Oak with Oil Finish, Oxidised Oak, Oxidised Maple, Custom Solid Stone

Leg Material

Blackened Cast Aluminium with Wax Finish, Mirror Polished Cast Aluminium with Wax Finish, Cast Aluminium with Brass/Gold Patina, Cast Aluminium with Blue/Green Patina, Satin Peened Bronze with Wax Finish, Mirror Polished Cast Bronze with Wax Finish, Cast Iron with Nordy Bronze Plate and Wax Finish

About the designer

STACKLAB is a multi-disciplinary design practice based in Toronto. Through its products and projects, the studio aims to provoke meaningful discourse about our ways of living. Founded by Jeff Forrest in 2013, STACKLAB is known for its innovative blend of design, tech and circular manufacturing. Rather than work backwards from the desired output, such as a new chair or a home, the team applies a diverse set of skills and perspectives to problems worth solving. With a particular passion for the challenges facing regional manufacturing, the studio believes that the key to smarter, more efficient and better-for-the-environment living is its signature systems-based approach. Taking inspiration from the technology ‘stack’, which leverages existing technologies, infrastructures and skills to create iterative, holistic solutions, STACKLAB’s regional network of experts in science and craft enables cross-pollination throughout the process. Oftentimes with the aid of an algorithm, every step is optimized to ensure it does the maximum with the minimum; opening up opportunities for material upcycling, waste reduction and alternate scenarios for reuse. STACKLAB strongly believes in design as a vehicle for critical thinking. The team approaches every problem without bias toward a particular method or medium to maintain its focus on impact. Their output might therefore be described as a container for new ideas; the result of a rigorous process in pursuit of the best solution.

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