FURNITURE

COLLECTIONS

 

offset elemental table #572.web

#572

Concrete Blok side table #645.web

#645

blok console #439.web

#439

concrete blok bench #471.web

#471

detail #471.web

concrete blok bench black alt view #450.web

#450

concrete blok bench v2#390.web.jpg

#390

concrete detail v2.web.jpg

concrete blok bench #435.web.jpg

#435

concrete blok bench v3.310.web.jpg

#310

detail 435.web.jpg

concrete blok coffee table243.web.jpg

#243

conctrete detail v1.web.jpg

form end table121.web.jpg

#121

concrete w- bronze281.web.jpg

#281

concrete blok console #413.web.jpg

#413

blok console detail.web.jpg

concrete blok console.V1.273.web.jpg

#273

concrete blok console325.web.jpg

#325

ADDITIONAL

SELECTED WORKS

#572. OVAL TABLE, concrete, glass

#645. SIDE TABLE, concrete, bronze

#439. CONSOLE, concrete, blackened steel

#471. BENCH, concrete, mirrored bronze

#450. BENCH, black concrete, mirrored stainless steel

#390. BENCH v2, concrete, mirrored stainless steel

#435. BENCH v3, concrete, mirrored stainless steel

#310. BENCH v3, concrete, mirrored stainless steel

#243. COFFEE TABLE, concrete, mirrored stainless steel

#121. SIDE TABLE, concrete, corten

#281. SIDE TABLE, concrete, bronze

#413. CONSOLE, concrete, mirrored stainless steel

#273. CONSOLE, concrete, corten

#325. CONSOLE, concrete, brushed stainless steel

The unpredictable imperfections, the constant change from weathering, uncontrollable tonal variations, plus it’s “plasticity” makes concrete a popular choice that aligns well with my design principles. The unanticipated geometry created by the forms used in the construction of a building’s skeleton is the inspiration for this collection. The penetrated legs of mirrored polished steel wed the rough and refined in a delicate yet committed relationship.