Adrian's Signature Arm Chair is made with a solid and bent laminated wood frame and slung Italian leather seat and back as well as hand fitted through-mortise and tenon joinery with contrasting wedges. Available in a variety of woods from hickory to wenge, as well as a broad selection of leathers ranging from neutrals to bold. Also available with a matching ottoman.
Hand selected straight grain ash is coopered for the seat and back while dark wenge components adds a striking contrast.
Laminated ash and wenge' with custom aluminium fittings hold the glass top in place. Oil/varnish finish. H 16" D 36"
Adrian creates patterns both geometric and abstract with a variety of veneering techniques to create these one of a kind boxes. His method has been showcased in multiple publications as well as a step by step video from Fine Woodworking. Typically edged in solid ebony or holly, these boxes also feature quality hinges and lock sets.
Originally designed for Roots of Canada, this fold down chair showcases Adrian's taste for clean lines and leather work. Like his Signature Chair, this chair is available in a variety of woods and leather colors.
Bull's Eye Mirror....
Made while an artist in residence at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, this chair artistically blurs the line between art and craft....
These tables, made early in Adrian's career, showcase the clean lines and subtle details that would develop into his personal design aesthetic. Hand cut dovetails as well as self manufactured brass pulls demonstrate his attention to hand work and craftsmanship.
This coffee table demonstrates Adrian's talent for creating something both substantial yet light to the eye. Made with walnut laminations and ebony edging, this table holds a 12mm glass top with custom fitted ebony grasps.
This 10 foot diameter table was made with 2 inch thick walnut and comfortably seats 12 round.
This dining, task or occasional chair looks light but has nice heft. Coopered and tapered lustrous bloodwood seat and back affixed to a wenge´wood frame with twisting curves connected with through, wedged mortise and tenon joinery.