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In-Home Greenhouse Table Freehand Sketches - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This page shows a few ideation sketches, executed in ballpoint pen and Prismacolor markers, of an indoors greenhouse table concept that I'm in the process of developing.
Geometric End Table Freehand Sketch - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a preliminary sketch for an end table I built out of solid-board figured maple, done with pastels and charcoal pencils on Canson Pastel paper.
Geometric End Table Illustration - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is an Adobe Illustrator depiction of an end table I built out of solid-board figured maple.
Geometric End Table Rendering - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a SolidWorks rendering of an end table I made out of solid-board figured maple.
Geometric End Table Prototype - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a prototype of an end table I made out of solid-board figured maple.
Modern Sofa Illustration - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is an illustration of a clean, simple sofa in contemporary colors done in Adobe Illustrator.
Children's Puzzle Table SketchUp Illustration - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a children's furniture unit with a mosaic-style puzzle table-top that accesses nine storage compartments. It was modeled and exported using SketchUp.
Children's Puzzle Table Mock-Up - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a 1:4 scale mock-up of a children's table built out of 1/4" foam core.
Children's Puzzle Table Prototype - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a piece of children's furniture I built out of maple. It incorporates no adhesives, hardware or fasteners, and is made out of oak plywood sides and solid-board pine tiles.
Modular Shelving Rendering - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a SolidWorks rendering of a modular shelving unit comprised of one laminated plywood piece in repetition, without the use of hardware, fasteners or additional parts.
Modular Shelving SolidWorks Details - This set serves as a demonstration of the range of my designer's toolbox, showing as example illustrations of my furniture designs.

This is a modular shelving unit comprised of a single laminated plywood piece in repetition, without the use of fasteners, hardware or additional parts. This image shows a technical drawing of the part as well as detail views of a strong joint configuration for the part, all executed in SolidWorks.
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Comments (2)
  • Thanks, Dede! You're probably right about the treatment of the tile surface. I felt that leaving the wood grain gave it broader market value, but actually the original design intent was for it to have a dry-erase or chalkboard surface for children to create and mix up their own designs. Of course, as they rearranged the tiles, they would likely erase their masterpiece...

    13 years ago

  • great work, i like with concept of table puzzle, i think that's multi function, maybe if you put some colour or graphic on that puzzle that will be plus. imho :)

    13 years ago

  • great work, i like with concept of table puzzle, i think that's multi function, maybe if you put some colour or graphic on that puzzle that will be plus. imho :)

    13 years ago

  • Thanks, Dede! You're probably right about the treatment of the tile surface. I felt that leaving the wood grain gave it broader market value, but actually the original design intent was for it to have a dry-erase or chalkboard surface for children to create and mix up their own designs. Of course, as they rearranged the tiles, they would likely erase their masterpiece...

    13 years ago