In June we installed a giant library table and an enormous bar & shelving for the recently completed Corsair apartments. The developer, Andy Montelli of Post Road Residential, did an incredible job engaging 15 local artists to do custom pieces for the amenity spaces. The recent New Haven Register article about the artists is here. City read more…
We had solar arrays mounted recently and now we’re able to generate about 45% of our electrical needs from the solar arrays we’ve put on top of our barns.
The Denver Public Schools bought a large corporate office in downtown Denver to house all their administrative employees, a high school, a technical college, a cooking school, and an expeditionary school. The campus is named for the late 19th century/early 20th century educator Emily Griffith who founded the Opportunity School in 1916. By 1954 the read more…
We recently installed a large boardroom table at Newman’s Own Headqurarter’s in Wesport, CT. We made the table from a single maple log that came down in Westport’s historic Longshore Park. We also did a number of other pieces for the new headquarter’s including a large feature wall.
Radical and Visionaries? Yes!September 9, 2016
We are proud to be in the Radicals and Visionaries section of this months edition of Entrepreneur magazine. Take a look at the article here.
Coming SoonApril 16, 2016
A small pharmaceutical company recently asked us to build their new boardroom table—a 14′ diameter table and they did not want anything traditional. We proposed a few ideas and they chose our most radical. We’ll be delivering and installing the table at the end of April. Keep your eyes out for the final results soon. The top is made from 6 cherry slabs that were 20′ L x 3′ W that we had milled a few years ago.
We hope you enjoy some of our recent process shots.