The Super Table turns empty stores into hives of communal activity. Assembled by hand from readily available and affordable parts, the Table is an evolving open design.

We originally built the Super Table as a device to bring people together on Rogers Avenue, a run-down retail street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. In an area with limited public space and few indoor shared facilities, the table can be a re-usable, flexible community asset that’s both useful and fun. First you gather to build the table, and then it can be used for gatherings and work sessions.

The essential elements of the Super Table are a flexible structure, built from pipe fittings, supporting a table top for diverse activities. We’ve iterated over several designs, taking it out for testing and user feedback. As the design improved, we documented the steps to make our trail easy to follow. The Super Table today is a DIY guide and a prototype table.

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