The Dry Bar was constructed from oak veneered plywood with a stain to match the existing interior. The white top and sides are solid surface by Wilson Art and sanded to give it a matte finish. The storage behind the bar houses a wine rack and enough room for larger bottles and glasses.
Designed by: Wayne State University-Architecture Facilities
These pine crates were constructed for the ICFF show in NYC. The displayed items consisted of Cranbrook alumni prototypes that eventually went into production for the Alessi line. The crates allowed for storage of the acrylic cases and product along with providing a crate for shipping.
Designed by: Scott Klinker
The simple truss style design makes up 3 tables. The supports are typical 2x4 pine with baltic birch table tops with plastic laminate. The table was for
Client: Byte and Mortar Office Space.
Designed by: Scott Klinker
The artist desks consist of white washed maple veneered plywood with steel legs and homasote walls for a pin up surface. There are light valence panels above the work surface and outlets for all your electrical needs.
Designed by: Tadd Heidgerken Architects
Photo: PD Rearick
The booth was constructed to be easily assembled and dismantled for the show. The displays were built from MDF light core and engineered with french cleats and slip notches to allow for assembly without power tools. Electrical was hidden in the construction to keep a clean look and showcase the featured light pieces.
Designed by: Lightexture
This installation started as a creative schematic idea from Rossetti Architects and later developed and built by 2:37am studios. There were 4 installation projects that linked to Define Detroit project and had to involve a key element from Detroit. Faygo was the highlight is this project which turned into hanging planters. The glass bottled were cut and polished then corked to allow for small plant growth. The steel bottle holders were fabricated to allow for maximum display of the Faygo branding and keep a center of gravity for hanging. The back acrylic panels were screen printed with images from the Define Detroit project. There are UV grow lights installed to allow for additional light if needed. The top and bottom panels are walnut veneered with a water resistance coating.
Schematic idea: Rossetti
The reception desk was built from clear faced baltic birch and engineered in sections for ease of transportation and assembly. The rear logo wall are hollow core panels that are french cleated to the wall with a removable logo plate for lighting service.
Designed by: Hamilton Anderson
This desk was built in 3 sections for transportation and assembly on site. The center section houses a monitor and other electrical/video items with an access panel in the rear. The top is a basketball vinyl material with an aluminum edge banding for durability. The front face was stained blue with aluminum brackets floating off of the face.
Designed by : dPOP
Speilhaus Toys was offered a 3 month pop-up store by D:hive and the interior was designed by coG studios. The build out featured walnut veneered plywood and painted MDF light core. The items were engineered to be installed with minimal work and stayed module for easy transportation and setup.
Designed by: coG studio
Prototype for a future series of work.
Quick prototype for a competition in NYC. Reclaimed mohagony wood seat with steel/painted sides.