Tag Archives: San Diego Modern Designer
Big thank you to Christine at San Diego Magazine for the write up this month.
Starting this year off great with a write up in San Diego Home and Garden.
I recently got to mix things up a bit and work with some concrete. I had a few different designs in steel and concrete and ultimately this simple cube was chosen as an addition for backyard entertaining. They really like … Continue reading
The pin-up is an idea I got from the desk top pin screen. I thought it would be nice to have a versatile hanging option where you could fit things of different sizes and when not in use, the pins … Continue reading
The zig-zag is a recent custom piece I designed to be used outside for storage, stool and occasional seating. The piece is made of Mangaris, part of the mahogany family, chosen because it will hold up well to the elements … Continue reading
I recently got a request to design a bike shelf. I really like the concept of displaying the bike like you would a piece of art and I wanted to ultimately come up with a design that would be as … Continue reading
The Belomo sideboard is a custom piece I recently finished. After seeing some of the cool mid-centuryesque toys that the owner collected, I decided to go with something that integrates a display of these pieces. Not noticeable in this pic … Continue reading
The Armadilla is something I’ve been thinking about for some time. I don’t like to have things out…besides the necessities. In the kitchen, bathroom, living room, any room, I like it when things are stored away, out of sight. The … Continue reading
I recently got the opportunity to work on a bed for friend of mine. After going through a few different design ideas, we came up with a bed whose frame and legs derives from the George Nelson case study bed. … Continue reading
I thought this was a really simple and to the point tutorial on making bent ply wood legs. It would be cool to add the jig setup construction to the tutorial so you can get the whole picture, start to … Continue reading
I really like the simple shape of the cube, so I wanted to make the piece as bare bones as possible. The framework is welded from 1/2 steel rod. Its definitely one of those pieces that looks simple but takes … Continue reading
I’ve always loved this detail and am fortunate to have installed it a few times before doing it for myself. It looks so simple but it takes sooo much time. I think I have between 40 and 50 hours on … Continue reading