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Sigrid's table is part of a dining room set which includes a harvest table, two benches, and two stools. It was designed for 8-10 people and is a variation on a trestle table. The table contrasts the refinement and precision of the ACME screw and exposed wood joinery with the strong, organic grain of the Siberian Elm.
The ACME screw serves as the trestle for the legs of the table. The stainless steel dowels are the primary connecting joints for the two planks on each of the bench seats.
The table and benches are made from urban harvested Siberian Elm, a stainless steal ACME screw, and stainless steel dowels. The stools are made from reclaimed Oak posts from a barn in rural Ohio.
The Morley's tables include three custom tables which we designed and built specifically for an informal family room. The tables included a sofa table, a pedestal table, and a coffee table. Each piece was made to meet the demands and ware and tear of an active family with young children in an everyday space.
Each of the tables was made out of reclaimed barn timbers. The reclaimed lumber and traditional joinery created a cohesive aesthetic while each piece was done is a different style creating an original environment. The urn pedestal table is made out of reclaimed White Oak. The sofa table is made out of reclaimed Beech, and the coffee table is made out of reclaimed Maple.
On The Rise Table & Hutch
On the Rise Bakery is an award winning artisan bakery and community gathering spot in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Owners Adam and Jennifer Gidlow were interested in a community table, a place for friends and neighbors to gather around to share in conversation and enjoy a cup of coffee and the bakeries artisan breads and pastries. In addition to the table, the bakery needed a hutch to display granola, coffee, jams, and other packaged items for sale.
The On The Rise Table is a communal table which is designed in the tradition of an early American trestle table. The table is made from reclaimed Poplar barn timbers from rural Ohio. The bakery hutch is a rustic style which is made from reclaimed Pine barn boards from rural Ohio.
Hathaway Brown Benches
The Hathaway Brown Benches are a series of eight benches which are located outside the entrance to Hathaway Brown School Primary School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. The benches are used every day throughout the school year for drop off and pick up of students ages 2-10.
Each bench has two concrete blocks that act as seats for adults and long planks which are the seat height for children. Each bench has two seat planks which are connected by a series of stainless steel dowels.
The benches are made from urban harvested Osage Orange, concrete, and stainless steel dowels. The Osage Orange was specifically selected as it's natural tannins allow it to withstand harsh environmental elements including extreme heat and cold. It is a weather resistant wood which does not require maintenance or refinishing over time.
Jane’s headboard was designed for a client who wanted a built-in unit for her new home in Denny Blaine. The client envisioned a custom headboard to accent her light filled bedroom. The headboard was designed with shelves that serve as a backdrop for artwork, books, and photographs of her grandchildren. The headboard is made out of maple, birch, and aluminum.