Made during Daniel Michalik's 2014 cork workshop at the Penland School Of Craft.
The use of simple geometric shapes deceivingly create a bedside table with more purpose. The solid wood base balances the cantilever of the adjustable cork cube. The cube can be fully removed and re-purposed as a stool revealing a hidden circular compartment in the maple base.
Shown at Toronto's design week offsite show DoDesign in 2016.
Materials: Cork, Hard Maple
Size: 22"x10.5"x10.5" (stool on its own: 10.5"square)
Shown at Toronto's design week offsite show DoDesign in 2016, and the 2016 spring One Of A Kind show.
Cork is a naturally waterproof material making it a versatile, lightweight alternative to potting plants. These planters are turned out of solid blocks of dense cork and finished with mineral oil and beeswax. Because of their bulbous shape they can be displayed in a hanger, or placed on a flat surface allowing them to sit off center.
A variety of vessels turned out of solid blocks of cork.
Samples of slip-casts from a ceramics workshop.
Materials: Cork, Walnut
Built while attending Donald Fortiscue's workshop at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado, learning coopering techniques with lamination to create complex forms.
Size: 24" x 12" x 12"
Built during Yoav Liberman's campaign style furniture workshop at the Penland School Of Craft in 2012. This collapsible stool was also displayed at the Toronto design week offsite show Capacity in 2013.
Materials: White Oak, Brass, Rope
Materials: Walnut, Poplar
Size: 21" x 17" x 33"
Materials: Elm, Cork Wallpaper
Size: 54" x 10" x 10.5"
Images can be seen in Lark Books 500 Cabinets (2010)