The Throne, a sculptural chair I designed and built in 2013 was selected by an esteemed jury to be part of a six month exhibition at the arrival section of Los Angeles Airport Terminal Three. The show focuses on west coast studio furniture makers including internationally recognized woodworkers such as Sam Maloof. Read More
Hand sawn from massive cubes of solid Eastern Walnut, these constructivist styled and earthquake inspired building blocks are so versatile. Read More
This piece represents my current and continuing interest with bronze as a material and casting as a process. Read More
Buckeye is a lovely wood to work, especially when it is full of burl figure. Read More
Our clients, in Chicago, catapulted us away from our comfort zone by choosing a slab with a significantly decayed live edge. We had total freedom to design a solution that would make the live edge functional. Photos: Sean Miller
Attacked and decayed by fungus, the live edge was left rotten and "punky", a consistency similar to styrafoam. It also created a beautiful canyon like texture that we wanted to maintain and highlight.
We chose to add a recessed, hand cut bronze glass sheet, supported by two brass "corsets" that emerge from within the slab to the decayed live edge.
The space between the glass and decayed live edge became a stunning space of textured reflections.
The brass "corsets" can be inlaid with two different orientations. For those who prefer the corset to have more of a presence, here is the other side.
The latest addition to the collection is the Aron music stand. Read More