You come to us with your idea or vision, and we work with you to bring your custom pieces to life. Here’s a look at some of the highlights of our work with various clients.
This conference table was made for Cerner, an American supplier of health information technology services, devices, and hardware. The table is made using birch plywood, featuring custom black connectors and a tempered glass top as well as being extremely sturdy and sitting up to 4 people. If you need a dinner or conference table, we can design and customize one especially for you and your space
Maclaren is an English company that manufactures unique strollers and invented the Maclaren folding baby buggy. This custom modular retail display has side panels that are interchangeable, and can be swapped out depending on the season or project campaign. This wood has a powered display with a cord that is easy to conceal, and a tamper resistant iPad frame.
This private client was looking for an interesting way to use reclaimed materials to furnish their modern, industrial space. The Doug Fir plywood was reclaimed from auditorium seats & benches, and you can even still see the drill holes used to bolt the wood down. This would be a fantastic way to add a nice, size-able, and aesthetically pleasing piece to your home space while utilizing sustainable materials that otherwise might goto waste. Everyone wins!
This client was looking for a structural focal point to their loft that provided the necessary functionality of navigating their space.The loft has a 20 foot ceiling so we were able to design an 18 foot piece that sports a tv stand, shelf and storage area as well. This piece was made from sustainable, FSC certified Birch plywood with an Ash veneer.
This customer envisioned a shelf and DJ booth that could be assembled and taken apart in 2 different places and 2 different forms. This took place in NY and Las Vegas.
Coatue features custom half inch aluminum connectors that fit onto half inch tempered glass.The designed glasses bull-nose edge are perfectly fit with our connectors style. This shelf was designed to act as a mini museum that displays graphics from as far back as the first Apple computer, to Gameboy and Atari, to current tech products.