Design, Welding, and Metal Fabrication in Bellingham Washington
18" wide twisted I-beams form the base of these two massive tables and benches. The largest table is 13ft long and 4ft wide. All materials are reclaimed industrial off cast.
The sheared flanges meet the floor with a minimum of visible attachment.
3/4in. flanges take on an organic feel once sheared in half.
13ft table and benches made of reclaimed wood and steel I-beams.
Clear coated bases, upside-down.
Bringing tops back from the finishing shop.
3" thick Fir planks.
Custom cut floor baseplates.
Plasma cutting parts to size.
Prototyping and checking the layout.
Loading the steel to take to my shop.
Discovering these twisted 18" I-beams was the beginning.
Angled I-beams are throughout the brewery and were an inspiration.
Bike rack, bar, railing, advertising, sculptural end caps, logo design elements, matched color scheme....all in one.
Laser cut steel, powder coated, routed aluminum hops and barley, cedar tops.
Grateful to play a part in the success of this brewery!
This residential railing demanded close adherence to detail and layout.
Hand applied blackening patina and clear coat provided a rustic yet refined finish.
Hand applied steel blackening patina with clear matte finish.
These benches and tables utilize reclaimed wood and a rusted steel finish to compliment the warehouse setting. Elements of the Wander logo are incorporated into the table frames.
Hand applied rust patina with clear matte finish.
A residential stairway with steel stair stringers and handrail frames. All wood is reclaimed and the vertical railing pickets are stainless steel cable.
Continuous black powder coated steel framework extending through three stories.
Steel stair stringers with "floating" treads.
Three stories of continuos stainless cable.
2x4 handrail reclaimed from the homes original roof trusses.
Stair treads from one continuos beam reclaimed from a cannery in LaConner WA.
Brushed stainless railing posts.
Elizabeth Station is a bottle shop and cider room that welcomes all ages. Beginning outside, the beer garden tables and benches have sculptural panels made of reorganized bicycle components. Inside there is a freestanding bar made of old chain and a steel tractor wheel. The cider and wine room are designed with black iron pipe and flanges.
Bicycle art panels.
Steel bench frames with individually sloped bases to accomodate uneven ground.
Table and bench tops made from floor joists reclaimed from Birchwood Elementary.
There are 16 movable parts within the bench frames.
These 3 chandeliers are 8ft across and use 60 14in glass globes per fixture. Designed to resemble grape clusters and fit in a northern California landscape.
One of three 8ft glass and steel "grape cluster" chandeliers.
Each glass globe is 14" in diameter.
Inspired by the Craftsman front entry door, this railing completes its residential setting.
Front door glass inspiration.
Black powder coated steel frames.
Beveled, textured and stained glass panels.
Clear VG Fir wood tops.
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Built to add privacy during meetings, these conference room and work station screens create intimate space within a professional setting.