The Watertable is a water station that is the centerpiece and the namesake of a restaurant located within the Hyatt Huntington Beach Resort and Spa. A cylindrical reservoir utilizes gravity to feed water to three service valves via three two-tiered glass / aluminum assemblies. The network of glass and copper pipe is held in place by yokes and supported by a steel trellis above a stone-capped wooded table. The task of fabricating the many elements of this piece was shared among a collective of talented tradespeople from the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Credits

 Design, project management, and woodwork // Alex Palecko Woodwork Design

 Design consulting and metalwork // DK Designs

 Glass fabrication // Pacific Flame Glass Work

 Steel plate fabrication // RUSTWORKS

 Stonework // Best Marble Company

 Interior design // EDG Interior Architecture + Design

 Feature photo complements of EDG Interior Architecture + Design

The Watertable is a water station that is the centerpiece and the namesake of a restaurant located within the Hyatt Huntington Beach Resort and Spa. The task of fabricating the many elements of this piece was shared among a collective of talented tradespeople from the San Francisco Bay Area. Photo complements of EDG Interior Architecture + Design

A cylindrical reservoir utilizes gravity to feed water to three service valves via three two-tiered glass / aluminum assemblies. The network of glass and copper pipe is held in place by yokes and supported by a steel trellis above a stone-capped wooded table.

Aluminum cap machined by Dennis Hodges.

Testing load on yoke

4 turned legs

Design consulting and metalwork // DK Designs

Glass fabrication // Pacific Flame Glass Work

Stonework // Best Marble Company