This stand is more than it seems. Not only does it hold the propeller vertically, it is kinetic. It invites the viewer spin the propeller. Base is made of aluminum and is meant to resemble an airplane part from the period the propeller was originally built.
This fireplace was fabricated using 3/8″ pickled and oiled plate steel. The upper surround was build independently from the lower hearth due to the total weight of the unit being around 440 lbs. The only visible fasteners in the unit are (3) #8 countersunk machine screws. Design by Tyler Engle Architects.
A variety of items designed by Eric Cobb Architects, and featured in the spring 2014 issue of Luxe pacific northwest magazine.
Artwork by Sarah Himmelfarb.
The console table sits behind the sofa in the family room. It was built using 3/8″ hot rolled steel plate, gently sanded to remove excess scale, then oiled, and waxed. The table measures almost 10′ in length and had to be built in two pieces for logistic reasons. Overall weight of this piece before wood was 710lbs. [Read more…]
Blackened steel (cold roll) with a clear coat sealer. Pivot worked with designers, architects, and another metal shop to plan and execute this project. The result was this beautiful patina and top coat combination. It has just the right amount of durability for the space, without sacrificing the great looks of blackened steel.
Office sign and desk features made from various thicknesses of hot rolled steel. All material blackened, oiled, and waxed. [Read more…]