a set of coffee tables inspired by the children's novel Owl Moon | concept: parent-child relationship
A load-bearing wall was the only element to remain unchanged in the renovation of this home. Supportive and central, it came to be thought of as the backbone of the home, much in the way that home itself is the backbone to our lives.
Client: Bridget, a Brazilian native working in immigration law in the United States, needed a live/work space that supported her when work needed to be brought home, yet felt like a respite from the office. Reflecting her cultural heritage and aesthetic sensibilities, this design seamlessly incorporates a work space while providing the warmth and comfort of home.
Concept: As employees work together towards a common goal, a chain reaction occurs. Each individual contributes to the success of the community.
Client: Universal Furniture, a residential furniture design company based in High Point, NC, desired to have its corporate office reimagined. Swapping its corner offices and standard cubicle systems, this design moves executives from the perimeter to the center of the action. Natural light is allowed in and a greater sense of flow is achieved, encouraging interaction.
Inspired by the colorful optimism of Scandinavian design and architecture, these are just a few of the patterns that I have been exploring as a past time. Potential applications: curtains, upholstery, bedding.
Concept: Inspired by the seasonal movement of animals, this kiosk is designed to evoke land forms that are used as wayfinding devices. Fitting within a small 8x10 footprint, the structure needed to make a big statement, beckoning customers to migrate towards it.