April 27, 2013
October 10, 2012
Inspired by the mid-century classics, this walnut shelving system can be set up in many configurations. Just pull the pegs, move the supports up or down and choose what components you want at what heights. The package pictured here was designed as a media console, but the possibilites are endless. Cabinets, desks, drawers, wardrobe hooks… If you can think of it, I can work it in!
March 3, 2012
Heavy duty shelving made of salvaged water tank cedar and blackened steel. This design can be fabricated in just about any size and with your choice of wood. The steel corner design would allow this piece to be even taller, wider and deeper than you see here without so much as a wobble. Thanks to Evan the Intern (seen polishing above) for all his help over the past few weeks.
October 23, 2011
Add storage and display space, check. Accentuate the height of the room, check. Maintain a free-hanging look, check. Integrate the television and media components, check. Hide cords, check. Come in on budget, check…
The Atlantic Shelving and Media System accomplishes all these goals through simplicity. The materials are modest: blackened steel brackets and reclaimed douglas fir planking, and the forms are basic. Careful attention to proportions and spacing allow an amazing amount of functionality to complete the room rather than clutter it. The media cabinet is fit with a heavy duty, full extension shelf that allows easy access to the components’ cables while keeping the tangle out of sight.
May 22, 2011
May 7, 2011
These simple forms showcase the beauty and history of the reclaimed materials. The framed piece is a screenprint by fellow CELLspace artist Jon Fischer.
February 1, 2011
December 7, 2010
A small apartment’s need of a sleek dining table is perfectly served by the glass topped Trestle table. The glass was a lucky score from a local salvage yard and the base is constructed of salvaged old-growth douglas fir floor planks.
The piece is displayed here with a refurbished, vintage Shaw Walker desk chair, and the heavy duty, extendable shelf system I put together using a cast off painters’ plank.