Smaller scale lounging/ meditating stoops as well as side chairs and dinning chairs.
This Low-back Slat is made from the flexiest ash on the planet… I kid you not those 1/4 rows flex just enough to provide both structural rigidity as well as just enough give.
This cutie sits proud wrapped in webbing. Plopping down with a 24”x 24” seating are it’s primo for cross a legged deep thoughts sesh.
1/4” steel rod effortlessly connects the dots of fully wrapped upholstery.
1/2” bent plywood is not only for show in this dinning chair— its integral to its structure.
Part of the “L” Bracket series, this side chair sits nicely as a place to tie your shoes or stay and chat for a while…
Designs for spaces other than (but not limited to) the home— studios, store fronts, shops etc.
This table has the footprint of a sheet of plywood and is 2” thick all the way around. With 6” rubber casters this behemoth glides (with a bit of force) over any extension cord out there.
These racks were designed for a beautiful ceramic studio in Oysterville Washington where versatility and mobility where number 1. Oak construction with aluminum rails to account for taller and shorter pieces.
Designed for SMG Collective in Sitte Modern in Portland Oregon. These shelves can be mounted separately with french cleats or stand alone on a mantle.
These sample racks (also for SMG Collective) were intended to vanish leaving a wall full of color and texture.
float is an ongoing quest to make a chair that floats…
Lots to be said about a bed… probably even more that shouldn’t be said about them.
Shipping to NYC was the driving design concern with this bed. Hand turned legs, White Oak construction (and Fir slats) made this hefty king quite the challenge.
Sofa + love
Seating on a larger and cozier scale.
Part of the “L” Bracket series this 3’ deep sofa will sleep the whole party, in style.
This A Frame love seat uses that 90s office furniture vibe with incorporating square tubing and fully wrapped padded seat, back and arm rests.
Tubular and prolly a little bouncy, but I still like it.
Only to be used with parrot.
Coffee tables are great. The ones here were designed for things like bonsais, huge ferns or palms, magazine volumes, cups, ashtrays, figurines, marble statues and nothing at all.
This one was designed to look like a long barrel revolver.
The saddle is for your 6’ tall Monstera.
Side tables are side tables… kind of low, usually not too long and are commonly used to accent bigger pieces of furniture. They don’t get enough respect if you ask me.
“Shark” is a side table intended to have a glass top which referenced the water each circling fin protrudes from.
Zig-Zag is a base that plays with ideas of stability and cemetery.
Big 1/4” steel top to weight down this three dimensional wooden polygon.