My chair is in the category Seating Residential/Accent
My Zig Zag Redux Chair was featured on the front page of the House and Home section of the Washington Examiner. If you saw the August 24th 2012 edition, you saw my chairs!
This past winter, I had a commission to build a bed and two nightstands out of sapele and aluminum featuring some of my stainless steel cable. The cable pattern on the bed is based upon my wall sculpture, WS2. I am really pleased with how the set came out, It has a tremendous presence and my clients were thrilled.
The bed is comprised of almost 500 parts. Compare that to my Tangent Liquor cabinet which has 270 parts and you can get a sense of how complex a piece like this is. The box aluminum components are a detail that I pioneered in my Zero table. They translated very nicely to the bed.
Making custom pieces based upon my furniture is something that I get to do a number of times a year. It starts with talking to my client about their needs and looking at their home. We also talk about which pieces they respond to as well as budget. From there I work on sketches and ideas. Designing custom pieces is a conversation. The original sketches are further developed into a build ready idea. This custom bed went through number of incarnations until the perfect design for my clients needs was settled upon. The end result is a bed that fits their lifestyle perfectly and becomes a major focal point in their bedroom.