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An artist’s studie i just visited in Palm Springs has a long, strong work table. He said, “I can walk on it.” Responding, “Yeah I bet you can use a sledge on it if you wanted to.” He said he made it from a scaffold. Sure enough, it was one of these aluminum scaffolds made of 2″ dia. bars. Because it was waist high, he must have either cut it down or it is manufactured in that hight. For the table top, he probably used 3/4″ plywood. It was a solid, heavy table. I loved it.
In my studio, I have two 3’x7′ hollow core doors for table tops, resting on tables with smaller tops but that are heavy duty. I scrounged all that from someplace. It’s all painted white. Point being that I would love to order Fetzerinc’s Apple tables, but my current income will not allow it.
Does anyone know where the stone tile comes from that is in the Boston Apple Store (and perhaps other stores too??).
I’ve heard that the stone is basalt but haven’t been able to find it. ANY IDEAS?
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