Bear Table

The concept was to expose a material attribute often hidden in construction. Exposing the end grain of the plywood creates a stunning repetitive visual effect accentuating the undulating form. This technique simplifies the overall design and construction while in turn strengthening the object.

Nopales

The form behind Nopales was used to create scaffolding for light instead of hiding it behind a shade. I used the Dodecahedron as the base geometry which reminded me of the cactus landcape I grew up with as a child.

Marco

Table

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Strata

Stool

Using the building technique behind Bear Table, Strata Stool provides a sleek, modern seat with flowing lines balanced with minimal rear legs.

HouseWine Flight Tray

Developed in collaboration with House Wine in Austin, TX. The wine flight tray was designed around existing glassware to be an  aesthetically pleasing drink transport .