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Spring 2016 Launch

6/1/2016



Drift Bump Sconce 

Efficient LED lighting components are neatly hidden behind a thick cast glass diffuser to illuminate without a visible bulb. Precision cut aluminum frame can be custom plated or powder coated, and custom colored glass is also possible. 





Drift Cone Sconce



Drift Coffee Table


Two-inch thick cast glass tabletops proudly display their unique chill marks and pair up with minimal ash bases to display books and objects. Available in side, coffee and custom sizes with a choice of clear oil or custom stain finish. 





Pool Rug 

Inspired by the historic making technique of colonial American braided rugs, the Pool rug series dramatically updates the silhouette while still playing homage to tradition. Made to order from natural undyed wool in Rhode Island. Custom sizes, colors and materials are all possible.



Reflect Bottle Opener

Cast in solid bronze in a small Northwest foundry, our bottle opener is a study in reflection intended to aid in the often reflective art of drinking. 

Dish Dish Bench 

Taking inspiration from hand carved African stools, a solid wood tabletop with a sloping underbelly is created with a little help from technology. A CNC router is used to cut away the slope under the tabletop as well as to create the sculptural legs. Built in Pacific Northwest from FSC certified solid American ash. Available in custom sizes with a choice of clear oil or black stain finish. Use as a bench or coffee table.



Ripple Sconce

Built of solid copper components, including a layer of textured copper sheet, light is captured and reflected back mimicking the surface of a mountain stream. 

 
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