Tag Archives: san diego modern design
I recently completed a media piece for Andi and Al, two great people that have given me all kinds of fun projects over the past 5 years. Their only request was something minimal that could hold a Bose sound dock … Continue reading
Very excited to be sharing the cover page of Lumens Holiday Gift Guide with some awesome designs.
I dropped off a dining bench to my favorite clients turned family friends today. They wanted something to complement the dining table I made them a few months ago, so I designed this bench. I didn’t want to create something … Continue reading
I just realized I never posted the final pics of the hight&tight. I’m very fortunate to have talented friends like Alyssa Lavine alyssalavinephotography.com to make my pieces look good. Currently the high&tight is available as a chair height stool but … Continue reading
This past week I had the privilege of working with talented photographer Alyssa Lavine. Here are a few of the shots she took of one of my newest pieces, the Pegleg coffee table. http://www.alyssalavinephotography.com The Pegleg coffee table is now … Continue reading
I’ve been working on a stool for the past 9 months or so and I finally have a completed piece so I wanted to share a little of the development from initial drawings to finished piece. Here is a pic … Continue reading
I was recently interviewed by Space Magazine. I was under the impression that it wasn’t going to make the cut for the latest issue, so when I got the issue in the mail, I was really surprised. You never know … Continue reading
Artwalk this year was great. It was really fun to talk with fellow modern design lovers. I just finished a prototype of my new stool and people seemed to really enjoy the design. I’m looking to have it ready for … Continue reading
I just found out that Micklish has won an A’ Design Award for the Butler and will be on exhibition at MOOD Museum of Design next month in Como, Italy. My fiance and I are going to Italy for our … Continue reading
Big thank you to Christine at San Diego Magazine for the write up this month.
I was looking back through my blog and realized I forgot to share a really fun interior design/furniture project I worked on last year for some very cool owners in Los Angeles. This project involved renovation of an adolescent treatment … Continue reading
I’m finally back on my blog :) This past month+ has been a rough one for my health but I’m hopefully on a road to recovery. A little while back I was commissioned to design and build a table for … Continue reading
I recently got a cool pic from a customer up north with a mickrib in their living room. Thanks for sharing!
It seems like at least once a week I can’t find my keys, or my wallet, or …, so I decided to make something in an attempt to resolve this little predicament. I’ve always disliked having all my on the … Continue reading
mmmm ribs….. I’ve been working on the mickRib for sometime now. It’s crazy how much time you can put in to something so small and simple looking. I originally got the idea for this lamp from this circular shape I … Continue reading
I just got a few new pics of the Belomo sideboard. Thanks Long!
Starting this year off great with a write up in San Diego Home and Garden.
I recently got to mix things up a bit and work with some concrete. I had a few different designs in steel and concrete and ultimately this simple cube was chosen as an addition for backyard entertaining. They really like … Continue reading
The pin-up is an idea I got from the desk top pin screen. I thought it would be nice to have a versatile hanging option where you could fit things of different sizes and when not in use, the pins … Continue reading
Progress in South Park has just added a few of my pieces to their collection. If you haven’t been to Progress, check it out. They’re a cool modern home and gift shop in the recently renovated Burlingame garage. And if … Continue reading
I’m really excited to find that the Fingerprint table found its way into this months issue of California Home + Design
When I first moved into my house, the two fireplaces had that ugly mesh fireplace screen, rusted and dirty. I demoed the one fireplace completely but the other stayed so I decided to make a really simple glass screen. This … Continue reading