• Square Knot is a bent lamination table that consists of only two different kinds of parts and draws upon the comforting visual metaphor of woven cloth.
  • The table is designed after the Japanese kotatsu, a low table used traditionally by family members to hang out under during the cold winter months.
  • Square Knot, like a kotatsu, is meant for relaxed social use.
  • Square Knot is easily assembled by weaving the panels together and then securing them with metal braces.
  • Group members: Alexander Mattaway, Clara Bertness, Hannah Oh, and Megan Correa