This project was produced for a home design studio for a client that was particularly interested in the color and texture of oriented strand board as a surface material. The frames are light structural steel tubing with a lacquer finish. The smaller secondary units are made from Alder veneered panels, often referred to as "poor man's cherry" and used as an economical option for interior panels in cherry cabinetry.
My personal interest in this project was found in the material choices as being unconventional and un-lavish.
A sincere satisfaction comes from being asked to use simple materials, often overlooked as construction grade or secondary, to build something beautiful that honors their intrinsic beauty.