Bar Hop wanted a simple design for their 34-tap main bar made from laser cut and break form steel. We turned the project around quickly and on budget, and even added a glass panel with a hidden TV behind it which is only visible when the TV is on. The result is a clean and modern bar with an industrial steel aesthetic.
We made this custom menu board out of brass and glass for a local pizza joint. The challenge was to create a clean and elegant look while still creating something structurally strong. We made a special counter bore which added a great detail, and some custom brakes for a shelf. Attention to details helped us get this seamless look while maintaining structural strength.
We designed this cart as a donation to The Stop Night Market, an annual charity event supporting The Stop community food centre. Chefs served their food on these carts and the event was all you can eat and drink, so you know it was a good time.
We built this giant table for Williams Craig Agency to help create a communal work space for their staff. The trick was making six big tables into one very very big table that was also aesthetically pleasing. The result is both functional and an amazing feature in their office space.
This residential space was improved by adding a large fireplace, but the add-on left a large, dark eyesore. Working with the home designer, we created this panel piece to blend in and create a cool outer wall feature to hide the black fireplace column