Final Result :
After further research, we found that there is no need to build the extra supports underneath the table, since the double element will be inlaid in the centred plaster. On the dividing line on the table, a curtain is installed, which can be seen as some kind of filter: When nobody is standing at the bar table, sounds and shadows from the other side of the curtain are still present to make people suspicious and curious to interact with the other side. Once both sides are occupied, the curtain can be wind up from both sides and the border is broken. For both of the two a whole new world opens up and nothing hinders a interaction anymore. Since it is unpredictable what you will get to see when stepping towards the double element, it becomes a place for spontaneous interactions and talks. This will make everyone want to come back the next time they pass by.
We decided to build an other model where we improved the system and different construction details.
We drew the plan of the table that we used to build both 1/5 and 1/1 elements.
We also made several other drawings of our element in situation to show the achieved effect of our double element.
For this we made a monge projection of the element in the “real” situation as well as a perspective.
Of course in order to build these details, we made constructions drawings in the original scale.
It was also important to make a detail of our central rail to see if our plans worked correctely before building the hole thing.
Pictures of the end result at a scale of 1:1 :