A family of solid ash stools featuring bentwood handles. These versatile pieces can function as either a seat or a side table, and their signature handles, which hug the contour of each top add a layer of functionality for easy transport or storage. Exposed tenons with wedge inserts join the legs to the top and accentuate both the craft and durability of it’s construction, a combination that creates a beautifully simple yet playful collection of functional objects well suited for a variety of interiors from restaurants and office spaces, to the home and anywhere in between. Available in four sizes.
Designed in California and handmade by the Amish in Pennsylvania.
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The charcoal blocks are a grouping of five upright and angled tables. Each of the individual pieces sits with a tilted stance and together they can be organized into a row, grouped loosely in a random arrangement or placed into some variation between the two. As the table is a composition of individual pieces the orientation and arrangements can change as desired and a piece can even be pulled away as a side table or stool. With end grain tops, the blackened and burnt finish deepens the natural characteristics in the grain, accentuating the rings, checks, and other textures from the beam’s history. These simple angles, geometric forms, and the dark tactile finish create a sculptural and modern statement in any interior. Constructed from salvaged Douglas fir beams. These handmade pieces are twice burned, wire brushed, and finished with a matte oil based seal. All dimensions are approximate and each piece is unique.
The Tablebarrow was designed for a living space with a south facing wall which opens up completely onto a large deck. The pair of large wooden wheels on one end and a subtle handle on the other make it a breeze to move inside or out. Constructed with exposed through tenons from old douglas fir timbers excavated from the original building. Accompanied by a matching dining bench.
Commissioned by the Headlands Center for the Arts for their 30th anniversary.www.headlands.org.
A family of three stools that can carry supplies and inspiration with you during your time at the Headlands. The stools are crafted in our shop out of of Alder, a lightweight hardwood native to the Bay Area. Each has a bucket handle to aid in carrying, and rubber-dipped feet to accept a variety of terrains. The colors and materials pull from the military history of the Headlands.
We were inspired by the utilitarian aspects of the military history, the landscape that invites hikes down to the shoreline, and the environment’s potential for creative discoveries. By packing the Carrier stool with tools, supplies, snacks or inspiration you leave prepared to explore at ease.
Sit: The basic stool is simply a portable seat.
Stash: This stool features a small compartment for carrying tools and treasures.
Strap: Two straps under the seat can carry small objects or a blanket.
The Pegboard Wall System was designed as a versatile service and retail wall for Front Cafe in San Francisco. The custom pegboard panels can be mounted in numerous grid based configurations and a selection of custom wire shelves, hooks, and holders can be endlessly rearranged and reconfigured according to changing product displays or service needs.
A limited edition set of transformable seating designed and produced in house for for Studio O+A in their exhibition "The Water Cooler" at the Salone Del Mobile in Milan, spring 2017.
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Designed and built in 2011
A shelving wall built from salvaged douglas fir and painted surfaces integrates with the architecture by a central compartment which aligns with the side window frames and white surfaces that match the walls. Three pairs of various sized sliding doors can move along the thirteen foot width to conceal or reveal the media equipment, books, and art, stored within.
The chair stool and table of Transmogrificates are iteration of a basic form subtly transformed between functional objects. Each piece is slightly altered from the previous in surface angle and height. Together they suggest a sense of growth or diminution depending on your point of view.
68 x 36 x 30.5 inches overall
This slatted teak dining set sits nestled in an irregular shaped corner of a patio on Telegraph Hill. The wrap around bench maximizes seating by following the architecture's perimeter and the acute corner creates an intimate and inviting space on the San Francisco Bay facing porch. Angled slats align with the main wall and sit parallel with the view. The consistent slat orientation simplifies an otherwise complex arrangement of angled surfaces and create a visual connection between the benches and center table. An integrated adjustable back rest sits discreetly when folded down and when up allows for a number of angles for reading, sleeping, or conversing.
Inspired by connections and shared space, this double lounge is both functional and comfortable. Five legs instead of eight create a simple and unified object. The book matched wood grain runs lengthwise along the seat and converges at the center adding to the joined and mirrored conversation.
44 x 44 x 33 inches
A collection of furniture pieces designed for a Sebastopol, CA writer's cabin takes inspiration from the nearby Gravenstein apple orchards. The versatile ladder like rail and rung frame offers a simple structure for an adjustable variety of shelf arrangements.
The rift and quarter sawn white oak set includes: wall mounted shelves with concealed under-shelf LED task lighting, floor to ceiling side shelves with lower cabinets, a generous L-shaped desk, and a matching drawer and file cart. Kitchen shelving (not shown) on the opposite end of the cabin sits functionally mounted over kitchen counters and mirrors the visual language across the space.