After a lot of blood, sweat, and beers, I’m happy to introduce a new collection of accent tables: the “Cubodron” collection. “Cubodron” is short for cuboctahedron, the name coined by Archimedes for this geodesic shape (6 squares intersecting with 8 triangles). These unique tables are hand-clad with hammered metal on all sides, allowing them to be turned and positioned in any number of different ways. The metal has a beautiful rustic patina and a lightly hammered texture. Available in copper or steel.
We finally got some good photos of Half Moon bench up on the website. The Half Moon is now available with a number of different options including upholstered and metal-clad bench tops. Click the link to see more photos: http://www.benridderingdesign.com/#!half-moon-bench/c3zw (or see the slideshow below)
Last year I furnished a private wine cellar for a local winemaker. The project included entry doors, cabinetry, copper counter tops, backlit wine racks, stemware racks, a liquor cabinet, and a few bistro tables. Made from reclaimed douglas fir.
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I delivered two of my new Half Moon benches to Ember Restaurant today. This new bench design is not officially for sale yet but chef/owner, Brian Collins, saw my prototype in the works and ordered a few for the foyer at Ember (which by the way is the best new restaurant on the central coast of California!).The bench top is reclaimed douglas fir. The base is welded steel.
Here is a video showing the concept and design of the Half Moon bench (below).