Our design centres around materials, methods, and storytelling which speak through a range of applications.
The Daylily Chair appears to sprout out of the forest floor, like the elusive daylily flower with a fresh blossom to elicit the sense of bright beginnings
An island represents solitary serenity; a momentary break from continental chaos, surrounded by the rhythmic pulse of crashing waves
With our Soma series we celebrate the attraction to the physicality of an object, removed from any emotional connection.
Alder Cube & Round
With the Alder collection we carefully select, hand cut and carve each stem before assembling them. My wish is for you to peer into the piece past the surface and imagine yourself walking in a rainforest.
Shattered Cube & Round
I hoped that through the physical art of organizing a chaotic pile of wood I could somehow capture and convey the energy of this process of splitting wood.
Once I designed the Drum, I realized the T-Cup followed closely in concept, as I wanted to create a table in which one could view its sides and top surface simultaneously.
A Drum is one of man’s oldest and most widely adopted instruments. To create this shape, I’ve taken a full slice or section of a cedar tree trunk.
There is a unique grouping of sculptural rock formations called Tafoni. My solid wood benches celebrate this unique phenomenon that occurs where land meets water.
The sea glass table is a reflection on my memory of finding sea glass with my children; they are pleasing to the touch with their softly carved surface and round edges.
This collection is a translation of neoplasticism in its minimalist, structural form; designed in contrast to the organic qualities of the material.