One-Two is the quintessential coffee table for any living room or reception space. With function and design in mind, the table becomes a conversation piece while effectively storing your favourite books away.
Featured at the IDS 2013 North Studio Emerging Talent
This is my 3rd restaurant project that is set in a Victorian-style three level building in Downtown Toronto. First level is a more energetic and dynamic lunch oriented space with bright spaces and unique design elements and the 2nd level is more fine dining with a chef's area for large groups and private reservations
An elegant twist of the One-Two concept table with metal hair pin style legs, live edge hardwood and a singular off-center dropped box. Place a chair and a laptop and it is your ideal work desk. Place along a corridor and drop your keys and mail in the vertical slots as you enter your home. Minimal in its approach and Unique in its design, the High Table accommodates any residential space.
150 Year Old Wooden Beams removed to allow for the re-structuring of a new restaurant. This was the only guideline to creating these stools. Solid steel metal frame with patina finish, cross cuts of the reclaimed beams, stacked in square pieces with scalloped seat tops and hollowed handles complete the rustic yet modern stools for an authentic Spanish tapas restaurant.
The Moto Hanger is a motorcycle lover's dream. Unique in its design, not one slab is the same as the other. The hand built metal hangers are designed and built specifically to suit any shape helmet, whether open face, full face or enduro. No screws or brackets are required to hand the piece. Simply lean it against any wall in any room. The olive wood slabs come in 7 Foot and 4 foot lengths
The addition of a 3rd Box. It is simple and functional. But the original design evolves into something more than a table. It dominates the space, becomes a conversational piece, as you want to sit around it, feel the texture, the weight, the solidity. This is the One-Two-Three table. Made of multi-core wood with mitred joints, CNC cut table top with core laminate.
Commissioned for the Ryerson Architectural Science Faculty Lounge
You sit down, but as you wait you have the ability to effortlessly grab a magazine or a book right underneath. You then place the book back in the vertical slot. Bringing the focus back to the end user and the act of "sitting", is the simple idea behind the One-Two Bench, which was created from direct communication between designer and client.
10' L x 2' D x 18"H | Walnut Slab/Multi Core Wood | 5x Storage Boxes
Treated by hand with multi directional mitred and scalloped joints, various finishes, vintage and frosted bulbs, shaders or left exposed, the Sleipe Lights are a well crafted and functional collection of desk lights. As a sculptural form, an accessory, over your shelves, your wooden side table or simply mix the pieces together, the sneaky design element is a twist on the literal rigidity of the conventional light
The communal wine coaster brings wine aficionados together, to share their passion, while keeping things a bit tidy in a group setting. Not only does it keep the drinks together in the center of the table, but also acts as a reminder as to where you last placed your drink. The use of the cork as the main material, emphasizes the need for recycling the millions of cork tops in the wine industry.
The One Table is the bench and coffee table version of our more popular High Console Desk. The table was born from a direct demand and communication with various clients that wanted to continue their furniture collection within the style and uniqueness of the overall modular and minimal design.
The One Table is practical in its function and can vary in lengths for narrow spaces and wood types based on personal preference. Use it as a bench in your foyer, or as an end piece in your bed. Have a smaller living room? The One Table is minimal, unique and will not take much space while still holding plenty of your books and magazines.
The XO Stool collection is the brain child continuation of the Barsa Stools. Shorter in seat height the pieces are as versatile as they look. Combine them together to form a large coffee table, or have them straight as a bench. You have more guests in your house? Then take the stools apart and they can accommodate as the perfect chair. Hidden details throughout make the stools a playful addition to your space.
Concealed handles, scalloped seat tops, magazine and book storage, X and O bottom floor pattern and single and double layer tops. Not one piece is like the other
Project is Ongoing
Project is Ongoing
The Poly Plane is the reinterpretation of the simple and often overlooked receipt holder. Designed for a restaurant, the polygonal planes bend and create secure spaces for bill and credit cards.
The Thompson Condo feature wall is an interior installation commissioned by a private client. The design intent is to feature an elevated bar and hidden shelves while emphasizing the appreciation for walnut and maple hardwood.
Project is Ongoing