Post is a collapsible handmade bicycle rack suited for the home or the shop. Influenced by classic tools and machines, the unique design was made to be elegant, convenient and long lasting. Post’s arms and legs are locked in place with sailing twine threaded through a removable brass pipe. No glue or tools are required, just the simple tying of a knot. Post can cradle bikes with a variety of frame sizes; more complex full suspension frames may not be compatible. It is important to note that Post is a freestanding display rack, not a work stand. It serves as a great solution for the bike enthusiast living in tight quarters, a retailer looking for the perfect rack, or anyone who wants to proudly display their coveted steed.
Each signed and numbered Post is made to order.
*I have two Posts currently in stock and discounted at $300
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Knox is an experiment in pushing the limits of material. The design takes lightweight corrugated plastic and a hollow tabletop, and transforms them into a sturdy table surface (yes you can stand on it). Knox can be assembled and disassembled with a fun step by step process. All of the joints on Knox are a hardware-free friction fit. When disassembled, all components of Knox lie flat for ease of storage.
Beam combines CNC production with hand finished details. Components of the table assemble & disassemble without the use of glue or hardware. Once assembled, Beam's carefully engineered joinery creates a rigid and functional surface. Modular design allows Beam to be a versatile design. A variety of tabletop dimensions can be used with the same set of screen printed legs. Printed designs on legs are produced in a limited run of two sets at a time.
Pinch uses flat-pack design to assemble & disassemble easily without hardware. Take the three screen printed plywood legs, slide them through the key joints in the tabletop, twist, and drop the two beams into place. Creating Pinch was all about elegance in engineering. This innovative design questions the definition of "occasional" furniture.
Pin is an accent lamp that uses a unique CNC cut plastic shade to diffuse the light of two micro-fluorescent fixtures. The design is based around a single wooden pin on each end of the lamp. This pin pierces a central beam, locking all components of the lamp together. Pin is available with white or black stripes.
I have one black and one white Pin in stock and discounted at $175.
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Slab table features unique CNC carved grain, a detail created from a scanned image of a pine board. The unique proportions of Slab allow it to function as a coffee table, a bench, or against a wall as a shelf.
Hive is a modular serving bar design. Corrugated plastic and hollow core tabletop keep things light, while carriage bolt construction keeps things strong. Hive features a hidden light under the surface that allows products to be illuminated in the bar's hexagon windows. This bar allows the same group of plastic panels to be assembled with a variety of tabletop sizes and shapes.
Screen features colored micro-fluorescent fixtures that emit soft light through a CNC cut plywood pattern. The multi-functional light panels can be used as space dividers, headboard & footboard, or simply as accent pieces. Screen was produced as a pair of unique prototypes: one 40" green panel, and one 60" pink panel.
Soundscape is a set of four floor standing speakers. The speakers are powered by tactile transducers and emit sound through vibrations. Unlike normal speakers, Soundscape produces sound directly from black bent plywood panels. The four speakers are designed to be used two ways. As an experience, the speakers can be hooked up to a sound source and set up around a listener to form a barrel. Once inside this barrel, the listener is subject to a unique omnidirectional listening experience, literally being "in" the sound. Soundscape can also be hooked up to a conventional amplifier and used in a pair of two speakers facing out.