The cut-out seating spots in this prototype table design help to enforce social distancing guidelines for users. Its modular nature allows individual components to be assembled in a variety of configurations while still retaining their designated seating areas. The table is intended to be constructed out of sturdy materials that allow for outdoor use.
Community partner: 82nd Street Partnership
Neighborhood: Jackson Heights, Queens
Coordinating firm: SO-IL and LTL
Supporting firms: ARO; Design Advocates (Frederick Tang Architecture, Kalos Eidos, Office of Tangible Space, Some People Studio, Studio Fōr, Worrell/Yeung); MOS; nARCHITECTS; VHB