Introducing the “Cubodron” Collection

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.

Photo credit:  Shannon Riddering

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Farm House Project

It’s been a while since my last post. I have been working with John Brigham (Brigham’s Furniture) on a local farm house that is being refurbished. The house is over a hundred years old. Here are some photos of the cabinetry we did:

A peek through the door at one of the bathroom vanities (above). KitchenKitchen island (below)

Counter tops made from reclaimed pool table slate (above).Bar area. Black walnut counters (by others).

Hutch with zinc door panels.