This study in structural steel joinery was an executive commission. It reflects the master European metalwork of the 1930's, and houses a salvaged, vintage file drawer.
A slab of reclaimed Douglas Fir meets a sleek, nickel plated, steel base. This desk will be a one-of-a-kind piece each time it's created, as nature never provides identical slabs.
An inspiring workspace, this desk is 8' long and 2' wide with an under-mounted drawer. Write or use a laptop here. No clutter allowed.
This table is crafted with Italian wood veneer, 1/2" thick aluminum plate, and a galvanized steel super structure. Its 11' by 3-1/2' surface, accommodates 10 people comfortably.
Granite- nature's indestructible mineral masterpiece. This rock remnant, supported by reclaimed Douglas Fir posts and braces is an unflappable host.
This table suggests confidence in the conference room or dining room. It is designed with a Masonite, laminated top and a red, primed, steel base.
Glass doesn't have to suggest fragility. This coffee table's framework of black steel with a tempered glass top is not only visually bold; it would not be offended to be considered a foot rest.
Pure kitchen versatility in an expressive modern form. The back side of this piece is translucent, letting ambient light illuminate its interior.
Sometimes the floor is imperfect. Rest easy on the Coz bed, with its threaded steel adjustable legs. Not even a princess could feel a pea under the multiple layers of maple ply that shape this platform and headboard. It is sized for Kings and Queens.
Good-bye cumbersome box spring. This bed of dyed maplewood's floating form sits serenely on a reclaimed beam of Douglas Fir. The Buchner bed is sized for Kings and Queens.
From a black walnut tree that once stood on the client's property, this novel and restful bed frame was born.
Books and treasures deserve more than a place to be stored. This is really more than a bookcase. It's a sturdy, 16' wall design that showcases whatever it holds.