This tall cabinet hutch was made to be painted and used in a Victorian house.
Doors are redwood and black walnut. Bent wood moldings on door and casing. Heavy rope detail.
This gate seems to suggest another world.
A desk made to be shared
Commissioned by a small private company, the vision for this desk was to allow two people to work as one. The company logo was the Liberty Bell, and the crack in the bell goes all the way through the table to accommodate computer cabling.
Mythological wall decoration
Native American shield motif is combined with the ancient pagan symbol for relationship. Bentwood walnut hoops surround bas relief composed of various tropical hardwoods.
Rough sawn screen gives focus to garden environment
Alternating 2″ thick slabs of redwood and deodar cedar were custom cut with an Alaskan mill. Curvilinear frame allows fence to surround the sculpture garden.
Tall privacy fence of rough slabbed cypress, with natural edges and curved top, creates a secret world in the garden while blending into nature.
Stairs and railings of white oak, supported by poplar stringers and bannisters, are being fitted into a mockup of the stairwell they will ultimately inhabit. Made in collaboration with Gary Politzer.
120 square foot home office sits atop a wraparound redwood deck. Custom milled cypress was used to create the wall below the deck, and the steps. Roof finial is composed of a cypress new moon in the walnut arms of the old moon.
Vessels sit atop Terramai and Cherry
Terramai top is made of recycled Burmese teak railroad ties. Cherry legs feature turned ball and taper. Floating shelf seamlessly enters the legs. Teak beam on wall houses fixtures. Drawer stack has bun feet. Vessels are plumbed through counter.
Natural edge creates an organic appeal.
Light colored cambium layer contrasts with deep red heartwood in this bath vanity. Floating oak shelf below.
This was commissioned by a good friend of mine. The whole building was designed and built to be taken down, moved and reassembled, which happened in 2011. Now the office suite is in it’s permanent location in Northern California.
This table doubles in length.
Handrail winds its way to the upper floor.
Rolling windows let the outdoors in.