for many reasons, things come and go from the 'popular posts' list over there to the right. there are some posts though that i call on over and over when talking with potential clients. and some of these posts, for whatever reason, are popular with me, but have never made the list. 'the duck bed' shown above and below was a collaboration between one of our favorite clients, our younger son will on the turning, carving and finishing and the older son sam on the metal 'carving' and patinas.
i got to do the cad drawing and lead the design parade. there are four posts total in the construction description, but you can access all of them from the link above. carving spirals, cnc work on the inlays, waterjetting the actual metal parts and patinas are all covered there.
this one's got it all .. three posts total, from adapting an existing design below to a new space, cross country contractor and architect communication, custom steel railings, secret compartments, shipping details to palo alto, on and on .. lots of headscratching ... much fun.
and this 1989 project is the original staircase we built for local clients that the palo alto folks found on my website. we recently added the railing so there is a blog post about it at this link. a version of this project was posted on facabook by a radio station in mississippi and it has been shared i see 567,855 times .. go figure
a greene and greene style sideboard .. drawings, construction details, fabricating the hinges and the pulls, the works ... many more photos here.
ahhh, the trout desk, dovetailing 28" wide walnut planks, 'houndstooth' dovetails, and more, and below,
the 'bridges bench' both are part of our bethlehem steel series combining the efforts of sam, will and i to create collaborative pieces in wood and steel ...
and another example of the bench above for a local museum garden
another member of the bethlehem steel series by dan, sam and will
lots more stuff here along with thoughts on interior design and custom furniture
and then we've got our on line slide shows at this link six years of work with albums on claro walnut tables, furniture from reclaimed lumber, stuff you can do with a cnc router, some of my digitized sketchbooks with sketch and finished piece ... thousands of photos there ..
loads of fun .. new processes
pool tables ... always a pleasure .. i think we are working on number 17 right now
five easy pieces .. in addition to this fun zebra wood dining table, there are four others in wenge, hickory and steel. one of my first ever substantial blog posts.
as always, you can consult the 'categories' section for specific interests and the 'popular posts' section for other things that m ight catch your eye ... happy reading. comment with your questions and i'll try to get back to you shortly ..
also, there are slide shows available at this link that contain literally thousands of photos of our work ..