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Tabletops and Furniture

The facilities' architects designed sculptural furniture that is both functional and comfortable, and throughout the buildings, art is incorporated in unexpected places. An intricately detailed watercolor by artist Scott Teplin sits under the glass top of a desk near the ground floor entrance, and sculptures by Kate Malone and Kathy Butterly sit atop the spiraling information desks. Under a glass tabletop on the main level, artist Polly Apfelbaum’s cross-sections of fallen branches create a natural mosaic.

Tabletop shown in the Zayed Tower Ground Level Lobby by Artist Hermine Ford from New York, NY.

Title: Untitled, 2011
Artist: Hermine Ford, New York, NY.
Location: Sheikh Zayed Tower Ground Level Lobby.

The Bouquet, in the Zayed Tower Ground Level Lobby by Artist Kate Malone from New York, NY.

Title: The Bouqet, 2011-2012
Artist: Kate Malone, London, England
Location: Sheikh Zayed Tower Ground Level Lobby.

The information desk, located in the bridge hallway to the Orleans Garage

Title: Dog-woody (tabletop), cross-sections of dogwood branches, 2012
Artist: Polly Apfelbaum, New York, NY.
Location: Sheikh Zayed Tower, bridge to Orleans Garage, Main Level.

An overhead shot of the oval-shaped information desk located in the lobby of the Bloomberg Children's Center

Title: Hot & Cold (tabletop), pen, ink and watercolor on paper, 2011
Artist: Scott Teplin, New York, NY.
Location: Bloomberg Children’s Center, lobby welcome desk, Ground Level.

Photo Credits: Keith Weller

 
 
 
 

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