Some of our work

Above —A four poster bed featuring our SimpleSteps™ Iconic Joinery —Marin Designers Showcase 1999

Mt. Tamalpais bench above was made from certified redwood lumber, featuring Canyon Redwoods™ Iconic Joinery.


Mt. Tamalpais bench above was made from recycled Douglas fir salvaged from decommissioned Oakland Army Base, and features our Canyon Redwoods™ Iconic Joinery.

Cast glass and ancient old growth redwood salvaged from yesteryears industrial structures makes this occasional table one of a kind. Featuring our Alpine Redwood™ Iconic Joinery.

The table below was one of our first Maker Kit. An Austin Texas couple purchased our GothicHeart™ Iconic Joinery and hired a local woodworker to make it locally.


This old growth redwood slab bench below was our first slab bench and was made from redwood salvaged from Marin's Cal Park Tunnel, between San Rafael and the Larkspur Ferry. It was made from two of the more than fifteen thousand 4 x 14 x 48 slabs that lined the 1016 foot long tunnel, top to bottom. Built in 1884 it closed 1980's and was sealed in 1990 to stop a fire at the south end. The underside of this bench has the scaring from the fire but demonstrates redwood's nature resistance to flame and fire.

Our first chair, a club chair was made in 2005 from green (unseasoned) recovered urban wood and sawn into lumber by East Bay Conservation Corps; Radiata pine (legs and arm rests), and Jeffrey pine (backrest and rails). It was built around the size of a recycled cushion purchased at a garage sale for $1.00. It has become a standard design for low and high back chairs.