Copper Canisters

December 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Here are some copper canisters I made out of some scrap copper and a little aluminum for my wife. She loves them.

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Industrial Built in for the Office.

December 3, 2010 Leave a comment

Designed and  constructed by me, these shelves are a wonderful compliment to the office. Sleek and functional. The shelves can be adjusted up and down to accommodate big and small items.

Here, the TV/DVD stand  rolls in and out for placement anywhere in the room and blends into the design of the shelves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Built In Under the Stairs

December 3, 2010 Leave a comment

Here I took a perfectly neglected space under the stairs and turned it into a beautiful display for books and whatnot.

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The New Drive

November 10, 2010 Leave a comment

Here are some images of a project I am presently working on. Installing a driveway recycled from the concrete parking slab that I cut into blocks. This project not only supplied free material for the driveway but reduced the footprint of the entire construction project.

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Reception Stand

December 15, 2008 Leave a comment

dsc01800This piece of furniture was made for Yoga Circle Downtown.  Knekoh said that she needed a new reception and sign-in table she could put away when it was not in use  and then she described the design she had in mind.  So, this is it. Isn’t it beautiful?

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Rolling Black Pipe Bookcase

December 11, 2008 1 comment

img_2663Two  seven foot rolling industrial bookcases custom built and finished to match the open feeling of this loft situation. 

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M・A・C Hello Kitty

November 6, 2008 Leave a comment

dsc01682Another awesome job… It’s a M・A・C Hello Kitty event at the Ritz in Laguna Niguel.  With the help of some skilled carpenters and great friends I built this wonderful set.  I Designed and built two 7′ rotating disks for a “Cotton Candy Couch” which was designed and crafted by Katherine Mayfield and Emilie Heckle and the other held a disco ball, as well as all of the other counters, pedestals, and whatnots.

 

 

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