While working with clients in hospitality and retail the most important objective for us is to provide the right solution for their space and business objective. Translating their idea into actual furniture pieces with as much character as possible is what we see as our most exciting challenge.
Often clients choose to work with us because they are looking for a unique solution: with the use of recycled timber and/or ply to provide that stand-out element in their shop/office/cafe. Both ply and recycled timber are excellent and versatile materials for use in a commercial environment.
We welcome the opportunity to work directly with the business owner but can work equally well with an architect/designer as part of a larger project.
Here are some of the pieces we produced.
Stools made from reclaimed wood and recycled fabric
The character of used materials is evident in these one-off stools: the wood used was sourced at kerbside collections or from crates and pallets. The fabric is actually part of large discarded exhibition banners. They are as much eye-catching as useful: the offer storage space inside with the removable top. We have enough materials to match your style and colour scheme.
Reclaimed timber feature wall in local cafe
Recycled feature wall for a coffee shop in a Garden City, Booragoon. The statement piece is made out of 95% reclaimed wood, sourced from the local salvage yard and discarded furniture found at kerb side pick ups. Looking closely you may identify window sills, drawers and table legs!
Reception counter for corporate gym in Perth CBD
This reception desk is acutely angled to fit the lay-out of this gym. Where the inside and the top are made from (black) form ply, the outside is finished with ply batons to provide a warmer and more inviting entry statement.
Cake cabinets made from recycled timber
The cake cabinets are made of recycled timber and have acrylic sides and shelfs.
Price indication: 400 x 300 x 400mm (l x w x h) â€“ fromÂ $350 ex. GST
Workbench for boutique bakery in North Fremantle
The workbench has a top made out of solid 40 mm red Meranti sourced from a local salvage yard. The front of the bench is clad with reclaimed timber from packing crates. Additional plywood display shelving on both ends of the bench.
Small-space cafe counter clad in reclaimed timber
This counter was designed to fit the limited space available. It maximises the space through the incorporated storage. The use of off-the-shelf drawer units created space in the budget for the stunning Meranti top.
If you are interested in starting a conversation about future projects please contact Steve on 0402 783 765 or send him an emailÂ at firstname.lastname@example.org.