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Stacked mertanti laminate referencing the contours of the Remarkables Range to form this seat
The Chela Bench - made from birch laminate with rattan inset seat.
Sleek powder coated steel shelving with back-lit solid wood frame designed and made to utilise the space under the staircase
Shoo! was a commission piece designed for a small space in a compact entrance way for the storage of the family's shoes. The colour changing LED's emit light through the fins of the rack adding a little something special to the foray.
Shelving unit for under a staircase made from solid wood and steel
Slices of plywood make up this seat for the Remarkable Start Early Learning Centre. The seat design reflects the Remarkable mountain range in the background.
Rattan inset within the laminated birch frame of The Chela Bench
Shop fit-out for Bread in Queenstown.
Shop fit-out for Bread Queenstown
Colour changing LED's light the ground under the stacked meranti plywood seat. The design references Double Cone, a prominent geological feature of the Remarkable mountain range, Queenstown NZ
The Butler Hook was designed to securely cradle and display wine bottles.
Two Moulin side tables were made for a client with oak veneer plywood. The oak was specifically requested by the client to match the other warm tones in the house.
Falls Table in black
A vertical shoe rack designed for a small space in a compact entrance way
Falls Table in black. We have developed a special technique to blacken the table while still retaining the texture of the face of the panels and the layers of the edges.
Milk bottle carrier
Two milk bottle carrier
The plinth was commissioned by the client to display their Shane Woolridge slate sculpture. An oak veneer plywood was selected to match the other warm toned woods in the house.
Commissioned Coat Panel from recycled rimu for a special home.
Recycled rimu Coat Panel
Wine Bottle carrier in black
Extra long 11 hook recycled oak Coat Panel.
An extra large honey coloured Falls Side Table.
Extra large 11 hook recycled oak Coat Panel. Wood salvaged from an old bar leaner that was being replaced in a pub in Queenstown.
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