The GooseGūss table was created for the East Hotel.
The project transformed the ruins of a harbor-side iron foundry in Hamburg, Germany into a boutique hotel. The spirit of the foundry is expressed in the architectural elements and furnishings of
The confluence of the nearby Goose Market and the German translation of "cast metal" as "Gūss (pronounced "goose") Metal” inspired sketches of the goose-necked cast-metal table which were transformed into this piece.
The table was manufactured in Chicago by hand carving maple and casting the form in recycled magnesium-aluminum alloy. The castings were then hand polished.
20¼ w x 12 d x 25 h (inches)
(1) w/brushed finish