chess set - This set with its multi level board, is remeniscient of older boards, but uses simple forms and anglesa to create highly detailed pieces.
pawn - Originally designed to be of copper and bruched nickel, fabricating them became costly. This computer rendering gives one the sense of the piece, but there are so many options color and material wise, that I figured simple black and white was best to show form and mass.
simple farmhouse - Simple lines and proportions lend themselves to this simple structure. Designed (and built) as a base module for further study, this home is meant to be added on to. Only 26' x 42' (not including the 'bumped out' breezeway), this design boasts approx. 2,700 sq. ft. on 3 floors, including 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths. A 'starter home' with plenty of room to grow.
articulating tables - Originally designed to be fabricated in metal, they took on a "Craftsman" feel when while actually building them. While not actually "articulating" in the truest sense, each piece is interactive. The book table has a built in, sliding bookend that can be repositioned at will, the picture table has 2 sliding "arms" that can hold a picture at almost any angle, and the vase, which has moveable "feet", letting each "leg" slide independently, to literally redesign the piece on a daily basis.
vase - The vase with moveable "feet", lets each "leg" slide independently, to literally redesign the piece on a daily basis.