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FRAMES 1

PERSPECTIVES

Upon another

(2013)



Window Panes, 2013



Tell Daedalus 'I Want a Refund', 2013



Gateways, 2012




FURNITURE II: Home Outfitting

Two Objects for a home

2013


Location: Brooklyn, NY
Description: Design/Build desk and kitchen counter
Date: Spring 2013
Cost: ~$1800 (including both objects and labor)
Finish: Danish Oil
Client: undisclosed

Desk features: Maple Ply laminate top (1.5"), Solid pine construction, full width drawer

Counter features: Solid wood construction, lapped reclaimed pine cladding, maple counter top (0.75"), hidden shelving


DESK

Image of the desk under construction.  Full width drawer to be added



COUNTERTOP


countertop: side view
2013
countertop: rear view
2013

PLANTS: New York

Moss on a fallen log in Central Park, NY



Plants, NYC Marble Cemetery.  Planned 1831

ANTHROPOLOGY: SWIMMING


SWIMMING HOLE

Puglia, Italy
Used since early-Roman era (~100BC)



The ocular hole is carved through thousands of years of tidal erosion.


The water is cold, but calm.



The stone at the surface has an incredible weathered pattern.

REFERENCE: Ancient Maps - the Vatican
















































No map collection is complete without a mythical sea monster.

REFERENCE: Caryatid

CARYATID

(H)adrian's Villa
Tivoli, Italy
photograph 2012









A caryatid (/kæriˈætɪd/; Greek: Καρυάτις, plural: Καρυάτιδες) is a sculpted female figure serving as an architectural support taking the place of a column or a pillar supporting an entablature on her head.
The Greek term karyatides literally means "maidens of Karyai", an ancient town of Peloponnes.
- attribution: Wikipedia

FURNITURE Ib: Cabinet

Cabinet

2012


Location: Brooklyn, NY
Description: Design/Build multipurpose cabinet
Date: Autumn 2012
Cost: ~$300 (including labor) 
Features: Solid Pine construction, brass hinges, secure amplifier location, seating
Finish: Danish Oil






FURNITURE I: Table

Kitchen Table

2012


Location: Brooklyn, NY
Description: Design/Build Kitchen table
Date: Autumn 2012
Cost: ~$1000 (including labor) + butcher block (donated)
Features: Maple Butcher Block top (2"), 4" Douglas fir supports, Full width drawer, Object storage below, Locking wheels
Finish: Danish Oil