Rotten Bunch

This is a new wine bar set to open soon. Check them out therottenbunch.com

We made the custom steel wine rack and window frames for the interior.

  

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Castillian Demolition

Although I personally never had the pleasure of living in the Castillian, I did visit many times. Good to see this building will be receiving a face lift/new look.

We are nearing the end of a 4 week demolition project. Tasked with removing concrete from the soffits/overhangs, tearing out walls, and removing the front facade, we are nearly done.

This is our highest profile job to date.

  

Custom Steel Stairs and Rail

This client added a garage apartment with second flooraccess from the rear. In addition to a large stair run to gain access to the new apartment, they also needed a small stair run to create a path from an existing patio to the rear of the addition. The rails were tricky to source as we needed to match the existing pickets and newels.

We added a gate to the top of the lower stair to ensure the family pets were safe and where they belong.

Custom Reproduction Couch

One of my brothers, Paul, brought me a special challenge. There was a mid-century design sofa he wanted but the price tag is exorbitant even on his engineers salary. We took the appropriate measurements, made a few custom adjustments per his size and not down. Furniture takes quite a bit of adjustment and patience, especially on the one offs.





We surfaced the gaps with a light wire mesh and I made custom Black Walnut arms.





The frame will be an enamel white and the cushions will be black brown and white hair-out cowhide. Superior to its inspiration in every way.

Structural Ibeam with Architectural Signifigance

Some long iron is needed for structural integrity and strength and some steel is for aesthetic. On this project, it was both. The homeowner is the designer and wanted to expose some of the structural elements to incorporate them into the design. This was not without challenges as we had to crane in literally thousands of pounds of ibeam, under a soffit, and through an exact perforation in the wall at one end in order to set the beams atop their posts.





Did I mention this was all I the rain,

And mud. 

The results were fantastic though. Plumb, Square, Level, Perfect.