Our Portfolio for Your Perusal

A small sampling of our Residential, Commercial, and Furniture Work

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Because of the space constraints of this project, the stairs to the loft area needed to be incorporated into the end of the counter. Though this was a bit of an extreme solution and quite a fabrication challenge, it ended up working quite well. #residential

This is our Wallace Side Table. The Wallace is a hollow cast concrete base with a waxed steel top. It is available on our store in a variety of concrete finishes. #furniture

A beautiful custom walnut vanity cabinet using reclaimed copper for the panels and pulls. #residential

Waxed Steel stringer and landing with Wood treads. We also do railings of all sorts #residential #commercial

This is a custom concrete and steel side table. The top is a traditional wet cast concrete which gives us the beautiful air voids on the sides and a mottled top. #furniture

This is a spherical planter with a “live edge” rim and a “high-point” finish. High-point finish is a varied speckled texture that gives the surface depth and interest. #furniture

Good days getting it done at the studio. #studiolife

The natural variation in our waxed steel is subtle and beautiful. Many are surprised at how much visual life there is in the raw material. #furniture

A fully cast kitchen island, base and counter are cast from the same concrete. This was a beast of a piece, anchoring the room physically and visually. Vintage mail baskets were placed on custom slides to create a one of a kind drawers. #residential

Some custom branding cast into the table top. #commercial

This was a massive project for a local coffee shop. There we wanting something true to the material used. All the concrete was old school formed with rebar reinforcement and wet cast with industrial concrete. The counters were so heavy the floors had to be reinforced before casting. #commercial

Work in Process… a small side table. This really isn’t a product we offer, but was an idea we wanted to flesh out one weekend and thought we would share. We named it something clever, but I can’t remember what it was right now.

This is a large counter top that doubles as an outdoor bar with roll-up garage doors. The client wanted and integrated drain board and undermount sink that mimicked the flow of sediment and water. #residential

A large dark grey and black island top with matching counter. #residential

A classic wedge basin for a bathroom. Simple, functional,modern. #residential

The top of this vanity is cast and stained to look like wood, grain, knots and all. A very fitting choice for such a rustic bath. #residential

A simple dark and medium grey counter that adds some texture to the drama of a stark white kitchen. #residential

This was a massive project for a local coffee shop. There we wanting something true to the material used. All the concrete was old school formed with rebar reinforcement and wet cast with industrial concrete. The counters were so heavy the floors had to be reinforced before casting. #commercial

Making sparks fly in the studio. Finishing can be a delicate and nuanced skill, even if the tools are not.#studio

An integrated and overhanging drainboard for a pebble strewn counter top. #residential

A custom dining table with a thick cherry wood top and a bridge inspired base. #furniture

A single large integrated sink basin is a nice clean touch to this double vanity. #residential

Twin cast vanities to round out this modern farmhouse bath. #residential

This is the Portland. It was something of a passion project in which we wanted to create the perfect pourover using concrete and steel. Turns out that these are not the best materials for the job, but that really wasn’t the point, was it? Just thought we would share because it was fun. #furniture

A concrete backsplash and hood support cast to look like recovered barn wood. The perfect functional and aesthetic solution because of fire hazard over a gas range. #residential

Mixing some vibrant blue concrete. We can custom mix and/or match paint swatches.  #studio

Mixing some vibrant blue concrete. We can custom mix and/or match paint swatches. #studio

This is a local Izakaya and Ramen House. This was a great project because we were able to utilize waxed steel and concrete in a variety of ways. This is a beautiful space that leverages the individual nature of the materials to great affect. #commercial

For this client we were asked to recreate a 250 year old mantle piece from Italy. The original was made of stone, so we went through an extensive process of developing a concrete mix that looked like the original. This was a challenging project, but in the end we were all quite pleased with the outcome. #residential

This is a small table lamp we put together based on our side table, the Wallace. These were produced in a limited run. If you are interested, give us a call. We may have a few left around the studio. #furniture

We cast the tread for this spiral staircase. #residential

This is our Wallace Side Table. The Wallace is a hollow cast concrete base with a waxed steel top. It is available on our store in a variety of concrete finishes. #furniture

Steel railing. We regularly do railings of all sorts for residential and commercial applications. #residential #commercial