This three-pronged structure, located in the center of a large water feature in a landscaped park for an exclusive housing developement, echoes the water lily motif found in the rest of the project, whimsically recalling successive stages of blooming, and provides a distinctive identity for the project.
This chandelier, made of two nested 5 foot diameter steel rings, hangs above the living area of a lodge in Maine.
This forged and fabricated stainless steel trellis provides lightweight, secure protection for observation deck visitors and reintegrates a cherished icon into the urban experience. This contemporary design solution is sensitive to the historic context, precisely coordinated with both client and contractors, and considers construction and installation on a busy and prominent building.
This series of gates, fences, seats, and walls create a functional boundary and establish the outermost impressions of the UT Exes Visitor Center. Abstracting the familiar "Longhorn" logo, this solution subtly incorporates school symbols providing a unifying visual element for the University facility.
The railing, which defines the edge of a public entry plaza, uses local materials and botanical forms to create a uniquely integrated expression of the local community.
The interlocking forged steel design of this entry gate echoes ancient Celtic symbols of well-being and honors the owner's Irish ancestry.