Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008  Macek Furniture designed and built six Seminar Tables, each large enough to seat 18 people in a discussion classroom format.   The renovation of the Life Science Library was supervised by Dean Paul Woodruff, who developed the concept of the seminar table and worked directly with me on the design.      
       
     
 Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008  Each table has a diamond-shaped center panel as well as unique diagonal inlays which annotate the geometric properties of ellipses. This table inlay is two triangles which begin and end at the two foci of the 14' ellipse.  The photographs were taken in the lobby of the library, rather than the classrooms where the tables reside.  The walnut table top will slowly turn more amber to match the library's other furniture.
       
     
 Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008  The tables were designed to compliment the  Beaux-Arts  Main Building, built in 1937.  Its interiors include walnut millwork, arched ceilings, and diamond geometric motifs.  The table's pedestal houses a network that controls the classroom displays from a touchscreen instructor interface. 
       
     
 Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas, 1996  Docent stand and benches made of white ash and steel, designed by Andersson Wise Architects.   
       
     
 Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas, 1996  Benches made of white ash and steel, designed by Andersson Wise Architects.
       
     
 Greater Texas Foundation, Bryan, Texas, 2010  Conference table of walnut and longleaf pine, lectern, and side tables designed by Wendy Dunnam Tita.
       
     
 Vista Equities, Austin, Texas, 2011  Conference table of claro walnut, designed by Gensler  13'-6" l x 3'-6" w x 29" h
       
     
 Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008  Macek Furniture designed and built six Seminar Tables, each large enough to seat 18 people in a discussion classroom format.   The renovation of the Life Science Library was supervised by Dean Paul Woodruff, who developed the concept of the seminar table and worked directly with me on the design.      
       
     

Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008

Macek Furniture designed and built six Seminar Tables, each large enough to seat 18 people in a discussion classroom format.   The renovation of the Life Science Library was supervised by Dean Paul Woodruff, who developed the concept of the seminar table and worked directly with me on the design.

 

 

 Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008  Each table has a diamond-shaped center panel as well as unique diagonal inlays which annotate the geometric properties of ellipses. This table inlay is two triangles which begin and end at the two foci of the 14' ellipse.  The photographs were taken in the lobby of the library, rather than the classrooms where the tables reside.  The walnut table top will slowly turn more amber to match the library's other furniture.
       
     

Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008

Each table has a diamond-shaped center panel as well as unique diagonal inlays which annotate the geometric properties of ellipses. This table inlay is two triangles which begin and end at the two foci of the 14' ellipse.

The photographs were taken in the lobby of the library, rather than the classrooms where the tables reside.  The walnut table top will slowly turn more amber to match the library's other furniture.

 Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008  The tables were designed to compliment the  Beaux-Arts  Main Building, built in 1937.  Its interiors include walnut millwork, arched ceilings, and diamond geometric motifs.  The table's pedestal houses a network that controls the classroom displays from a touchscreen instructor interface. 
       
     

Seminar Tables for the School of Undergraduate Studies, Life Science Library, Main Building, the University of Texas at Austin.  2008

The tables were designed to compliment the Beaux-Arts Main Building, built in 1937.  Its interiors include walnut millwork, arched ceilings, and diamond geometric motifs.  The table's pedestal houses a network that controls the classroom displays from a touchscreen instructor interface. 

 Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas, 1996  Docent stand and benches made of white ash and steel, designed by Andersson Wise Architects.   
       
     

Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas, 1996

Docent stand and benches made of white ash and steel, designed by Andersson Wise Architects.

 

 Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas, 1996  Benches made of white ash and steel, designed by Andersson Wise Architects.
       
     

Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas, 1996

Benches made of white ash and steel, designed by Andersson Wise Architects.

 Greater Texas Foundation, Bryan, Texas, 2010  Conference table of walnut and longleaf pine, lectern, and side tables designed by Wendy Dunnam Tita.
       
     

Greater Texas Foundation, Bryan, Texas, 2010

Conference table of walnut and longleaf pine, lectern, and side tables designed by Wendy Dunnam Tita.

 Vista Equities, Austin, Texas, 2011  Conference table of claro walnut, designed by Gensler  13'-6" l x 3'-6" w x 29" h
       
     

Vista Equities, Austin, Texas, 2011

Conference table of claro walnut, designed by Gensler

13'-6" l x 3'-6" w x 29" h