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A solid concrete island with integral sink. The counter and base are all cast from the same concrete. The client was wanting and “wow” center piece for their kitchen. This was a beast of an island; it physically and visually anchored the space.
A pet project, combining steel and concrete for a perfect pour over.
Details, when they are successful, are not mere decoration. They do not distract or entertain. They lead to an understanding of the whole of which they are an inherent part.
A very large dark island top. It is the center of family and social interaction.
A concrete counter to prepare for some fine outdoor eating.
Attention to detail and trained hands keeps the quality up and the project on time.
Black concrete countertops are the perfect compliment to large subway tiles and beautiful sink basin.
A custom design for a local coffee shop. They wanted something that showcased the material and utilized concrete in its truest form. For this project the floor need to be reinforced because we used traditional solid poured reinforced concrete in a new and unexpected application. The space was characterized by the juxtaposition of materials and textures.
A beautifully honest concrete table top with steel legs.
A freestanding lava rock fire feature.
A solid concrete island with integral sink. The counter and base are all cast from the same concrete. The client was wanting and “wow” center piece for their kitchen. This was a beast of an island; it physically and visually anchored the space. It included vintage mail cartons for pullouts.
A massive wood table top necessitates a strong base.
Architecture is really about well-being. I think that people want to feel good in a space… On the one hand it’s about shelter, but it’s also about pleasure.
Not such a bad spot to install some concrete.
A large concrete planter with integrated bike stand. Perfect for those commuting employees. (there is a security bar on the side to accommodate locking cables)
Matching cast vanities for a modern farmhouse feel.
Do not seek praise, seek criticism.
Welded steel frame and railing with natural wood treads. Substantial presence with an open visual impression.
A sweet concrete table top planter… the perfect addition to an outdoor dining area.
A beautiful kitchen island with a massive concrete base, antique mail baskets and an integrated sink counter top. Honest materials used in honest ways.
The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes. If you foolishly ignore beauty, you will soon find yourself without it. Your life will be impoverished. But if you invest in beauty, it will remain with you all the days of your life.
A restaurant project utilizing concrete, steel and wood to set an intimate and textured tone.
A clean fire surround and mantel quietly anchors the living space. Understated and solid.