April 7, 2012
March 25, 2012
January 19, 2012
We didn’t want the legs of this table to disappear under the large reclaimed wood top, nor did we want more obstruction to leg room than was necessary. Instead of using steel bar or tube, we achieved volume by designing with heavy gauge sheetmetal, bent and formed to a custom profile. The result anchors the space without feeling too heavy. The top is made of floor joists salvaged from a renovation at my shop.
January 17, 2011
I came across a batch of perfectly weathered redwood decking, and immediately got to work on some new ideas for patio furniture. Here you see the first pieces to come to fruition. Both the benches and the table are left unfinished to showcase the years of work the wind and rain did on the wood, sculpting a gentle topography into its grain.
I’m looking forward to incorporating this outstanding material into new designs as well as letting it breath it’s life into some of my existing concepts. Contact me if you’d like to bring some of it’s history and charm into your home or garden.
August 26, 2010
Sometimes a guy needs a mobile, configurable wardrobe rack with adjustable, cantilevered shelves that breaks down easily and is light enough to transport… oh, and of course it needs to be fitted with a lighted sign. No problem. Whatever needs to be displayed the Double Down Rack can handle the job.