Designed and built for the Grand Rapids Art Museum’s Education Department. The brief was to design a desk for exhibition display that had both an open bin for easy storage of colored pencils as well as a closed storage area
All American Blades are table tennis paddles constructed from only native North American wood species. A majority of high-end blades are constructed of Hinoki Cypress, which is native only to Japan. Based on this I chose three wood species similar
Skeletal is a bedside table, based on an early Shaker Side table design. In this modern update I decided to further reduce the simplicity of the shaker design, transforming it from the original double drawer design into a single drawer
Thin Edge is a dining/office table, the first in an ongoing exploration of creating furniture that is visually light in appearance, yet rigid. By creating a table top that is partially inset into the frame and crafting a tapered leg
Two Edge is a dining table, designed to showcase both edges of the materials that it is constructed with. Traditionally manufactured furniture only displays the decorative faces of solid wood and plywood, creating somewhat of a fallacy in what these
The brief was to design a movable wall, that could be set up quickly, fit on the freight elevator, and match the aesthetic of the museum galleries. The lightweight side panels are easy to remove, and allow spacious access to
Soft Edge is a coffee table, the next design in an ongoing exploration of creating furniture that is visually light in appearance. The construction of the tables legs and cross lap is almost identical to that of Thin Edge.