We are coming down the home stretch on this exciting project we have been working on for the past 1.5 years. We were the architect for the design, and now our shop is working on several design_build install pieces. The images below are of a feature wall we made from pieces of furniture the owners had collected over the years. They were fond of the pieces for their sentimental value, but the varied styles did not fit the current decor. We worked as a team to collage the pieces into this interesting design solution. The edges of the wall will be terminated with two pieces of blackened steel.
Attached are several images of a project we have been working on in Richmond’s museum district. 510_ served as the architect on the project, and is now working on the fabrication/installation of several custom items that were fabricated in our shop. The hood and flanking shelves are made of hot rolled carbon steel with a gun metal patina. We’ll post final pictures within the next several weeks.
Several weeks ago we installed these screens on one of our design_build projects for the folks at Dynamic Web Solutions. Our scope for this project included a re-design of their current overall space, furniture / interior finish selections, and fabrication of several key elements. These screens were one of the key elements… They were an exercise in building a cost effective solution to divide a work area from a break area while keeping with the overall project aesthetic.
Materials: carbon steel tubing, walnut plywood
we recently had a chance to visit a design_build project we finished construction on +/- one year ago. the owners are loving country living and have amassed a small army of farm animals and have quite the vegetable plot. they have even started a small business selling eggs from their 50 chickens at local markets!
they indicated that over the winter their heating bill was approximately $225.00 less than their neighbor who had a similar size house built several years ago. the geothermal system coupled with the passive solar design worked as planned.
we are very proud to have been part of this team and had the chance to work with these wonderful clients.
Earlier this week we finalized all of the mill work we have been working on up in DC. We installed a bunch of maple wall paneling and relocated / adjusted several sets of bookshelves. below are some doors that we custom made in our RVA shop. we are super happy with the way they turned out and the hardware is incredible…. Luka did have to do some Italian translating…