Hoover is a douglas fir cabinet is made of wood reclaimed from bookcases at the Hoover Library on Stanford campus. This is another cabinet in my series of single-bottle liquor cabinets.
This box seemed to take forever to finish as much of the effort was spent getting my new studio setup as a functioning woodshop.
Stratosphere is a small liquor cabinet constructed from old-growth walnut that was reclaimed from the leaves of a kitchen table. The cabinet is made of solid-wood using coopered construction techniques for the curved surfaces. There is a display area with overhead LED to highlight a treasured bottle of Scotch or artifact. The grille conceals a storage area for tumblers and a small drawer for a cigar cutter or other accessory.
This small Scotch cabinet is constructed of teak reclaimed from furniture belonging to the customer’s mother. The cabinet is made of solid-wood using coopered construction techniques for the curved surfaces. There is a display area with overhead LED to highlight a treasured bottle of Scotch. The door conceals a storage area for tumblers and a small drawer.
The shape of this curve front liquor cabinet is based on the human mediastinum (i.e. a cross-section of the chest cavity) making it a quite huggable shape. The cabinet features a curved drawer (front and back) with a boxwood pull that echos the overall shape of the cabinet.
The Channel Master 6511 AM receiver graced table tops across the United States in the 1960s. This reinterpretation in quarter-sawn mahogany breathes new life into the classic mid-century form.
This acacia and cypress cabinet is a reinterpretation of the Truetone D-2210 AM receiver that was designed by Walter Dorwin Teague and produced in 1940 by the Western Auto Supply Company in Kansas City. The cabinet replaces the radio dial and speaker grille with a small display case and concealed set of three swing out drawers.
Cherry nightstand with coopered door panel and curved drawer front.
Wall hung tool cabinet with six side-hung drawers designed by Chris Gochnour.
2012, walnut, birch, oil finish, 37″ x 17″ x 43″