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Cab and Capital Job

Cab and Capital Job


Posted By on Aug 29, 2012

The cabinet job, which for various reasons took over twice as long as anticipated, is coming to a close. Here are a few shots of the ongoing installation, minus the custom top which should be installed shortly as well as the lighting and other final touches. Arthur Gomez of Volume Studio has taken a tiny office space and made it into a very functional and compact office space as well as utilizing an ingenious cable chase to make all...

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They Do Go BOING

They Do Go BOING


Posted By on Jul 25, 2012

Mara does some of the most intriguing finishes on abused and thrown away furniture. I've seen her turn a rotted MDF case into a piece of art. Here's Mara:   Well, I am working on my new work table. I did rescue from Jueri's Dad's shop an old ugly painted oak file cabinet that had seen many better days, and some broken "Danish modern" mahogany legs. I decided to marry them in a blissful union. It...

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Cabinets

Cabinets


Posted By on Jun 1, 2012

  Well, well.  I've scored a cabinet job. Most people think that cabinetmaking and furniture making are the same thing, but they're not, which is not to say that a cabinet cannot be a piece of furniture, but he point is that modern cabinet making requires efficient processing of panels, be they plywood, melamine, MDF etc. The cases are usually standardized sizes and use a wide variety of hinges and slides that are...

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Hood Jewelry Box

Hood Jewelry Box


Posted By on Feb 21, 2012

Walnut, Brass. The labor involved on this smallish piece took us by surprise, we could have built a full size piece for not much more.    

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Peterson Oval

Peterson Oval


Posted By on Feb 21, 2012

Blasted glass, Aluminum, Lacewood, and Plexiglas accents. The TV is faked, it looked wrong without it when we took the shot.  

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Greenwood

Greenwood


Posted By on Feb 21, 2012

The Greenwood Library was a huge project designed by Matt Gordon. Hiatt & Kramer, Cliff Scott, Mara Eurich, Art Hiatt, Tony Kramer, myself and others worked on this project. Made of rare Cuban Mahogany it is Installed in a New York state mansion. A visitor from the Smithsonian thought it must have been shipped in from some European estate. There are more images of this project here.  What's Matt up to these...

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