Brooklyn Combo Cabinet - This cabinet was designed for a Brooklyn restaurant to satisfy a variety of needs. The owners wanted a radiator cover cabinet that wouldn't constrict heat flow and could also be used as a bench for patrons to sit while waiting to be seated.
The design and finish for this cabinet were executed to match the restaurants existing distressed black cabinetry. Positioned near the Host stand, this cabinet also features vertical slots to hold menus and wine lists.
Gallery Cabinet - This cabinet was designed for a gallery owner who wanted a built-in, minimalist cover for her heating and air conditioning unit which could also serve as a large table area for guests to place food and drinks during art openings. Utilizing a removable front face, this cabinet is also designed to gain easy access to the unit for periodic servicing.
Multi-use built-in cabinet - Avoiding clutter and saving space are important considerations in small living spaces. Because of this, cabinets and shelving units are often designed to perform a variety of tasks. This built-in cabinet is designed as an entertainment unit, kitchen storage, media storage and book shelf.
The unit is fastened to the wall above the baseboard heating so as to not impede heat distribution and the top shelf provides a long sill/tabletop for the windows.
Maple Dry Bar/Display Cabinet with Marble Top - A built-in display/dry bar cabinet constructed from Maple solids and veneer. The cabinet features a counter top made from Breccia marble and recessed lighting. The cabinet doors are adorned with solid maple appliqués.
Table Trellis Garden Furniture - The Table Trellis is designed as a social gathering area and as an armature for climbing vines, providing a habitat for two species in the garden, humans and plant life.
The frame is constructed of recycled steel. The tables are made from recycled concrete, plantation grown Costa Rican Paduk and plantation grown Honduran Mahogany, all renewable materials.
Catty-Corner Radiator Enclosure/Cabinet/Bookshelf - This historic home had the unusual feature of a radiator set diagonally in a corner. This cabinet was designed to cover the unsightly radiator, provide additional storage and add an antique element to the space.
"Green Tea" wood stain was applied to the wood and wiped back for a distressed look.
The clients wanted to hide the radiator completely when not in use. Doors were designed to fold back flush against the sides of the cabinet to expose the radiator while running.