Cairo is a new series of steel and walnut furniture that explores a recurring hexagonal pattern (see previous post). Elements include large and small display shelving, low cabinets, a credenza, and a room divider.
This cruciform surge protector is something that has been in the back of my mind for a couple of years. I’ve just finally got around to making it with some help from my friend Alan Silverman of AJSNY.
I’ve been working with my friends at PRvD to develop a line of furniture pieces. This vase is one of the first workable prototypes to come from our experiments. It is made out of CNC milled poplar tree trimmings set in a clear acrylic resin and measures approximately 12” tall and 6” in diameter. Currently we are fine tuning the production process, trying to make larger pieces, use less resin, and fabricate with less manual labor. We should have a more complete line in the next month or two.
We are working on some new seating, partially shown here in a photo by our friend Isa Wipfli