Floating bathroom vanities and kitchen island. designed by Jennifer Walker.
Kinjo is a sushi restaurant on Polk and Divisadero, designed by Michael Brennan. Mill work and cabinetry by SR WOODWORKS.
Ijji Sushi is open! Designed by Michael Brennan and fabricated by the 888 collective here on Treasure Island. We built, finished, and installed all cabinetry, tables, a floating bench, a clear VG fir door and trim, bathroom vanity, and port orford cedar bar top. Wall treatment by Michael.
I had the dream of building my own caravan, living on the road, and surfing the coast to Canada. In June of 2016 we finally made the dream come true.
The design and construction was based off of plywood boat building techniques. Total weight 520 lbs, 1/4'plywood skin, pine and redwood framing, acrylic windows.
We headed north hugging the coast through Oregon and into Washington ending our trip on Orcas Island. Roughly 2400 miles of driving in 2 weeks.
Love + Propaganda
Love + Propaganda is a night club in downtown San Francisco. All back bar cabinetry and mill work fabricated, finished and installed by SR WOODWORKS. Designed by Joshua Rowland Interiors. 20' black oak custom cabinetry, 5' tall niches with floating glass shelving and gold paint finish.
Design and build of back bar cabinetry and shelving. I worked with the owners to create this unique enviornment pulling ideas from old English pubs. Custom millwork, cabinetry, fabrication, finish, and instalation by SR WOODWORKS
Working Abroad for the Exploritorium
I traveled to Izmit, Turkey in the province of Koceali for 4 months to help set up a new workspace at the Seka Park Bilim Merkezi (Science Center). I was invited as a sub contractor/ambassador for the Exploratorium to refurbish 40 Explo exhibits, develop a functioning workshop, and help train the technical staff at the museum to start developing their own exhibits. The museum and workspace where built in what used to be the old machine shop for the Seka Paper factory. We had to make major renovations to the space and purchase new tools and materials for the shop which turned out to be much more difficult than we expected. Still the group persevered through all types of complications and setbacks, worked through the language barrier, and were able to leave the museum with a feeling of accomplishment. We were able to develop a functioning space for fabrication and exhibit development, we put the final touches on a wing of the museum gallery, and we assisted in the completion of the first three science exhibits to be made in Turkey.
Some photos posted are from the blogs of Dave Johnson and Kua Patten. The pictures are in chronological order from the beginning to end of the project, Nov 2014 - March 2015.
Anzfer Farms Collaboration
Stoked to work with ANZFER FARMS. I built two table bases headed for the ETSY office in SF. Maple slabs by John and Joe.
The Crease Table
The Crease Dining Table is designed by Brandon Lynne at heyday goods. A solid quarter-sawn Ash top floats on unique metal legs.