Competitive Scholarship Portfolio 2016

  • Rocking Chair
    Tell your houseguests it's made from American Mahogany rather than African Mahogany; they'll think you care about the rainforest.
    Red Oak, African Mahogany
    40" x 26" x 32"
    October, 2015
     
     
     
     
     
  • Sofa Chair
    Put it in your backyard and tell your houseguests it references the personal being discarded for the public to address. Just know that your kids will smoke pot in it when you are out of town.
    concrete, rebar and metal lath frame
    32" x 40" x 42"
    November, 2015
     
     
     
     
     
  • Chair
    Tell your houseguests it was built in the tradition of Japanese Timber Framing; it will make you sound cultured.
    Poplar, handmade wood stain
    27" x 22" x 34"
    December, 2015
     
     
     
     
     
  • Coffee Table
    Tell your houseguests it references architectural ruins; it will impress them more than the loftily titled books you set on it.
    reinforced concrete, angle iron
    26" x 44" x 16"
    September, 2015
     
     
     
     
     
  • Couch
    Tell your houseguests it's titled 'That's Where He Used to Sit' and that you didn't just buy it because it's shiny.
    formed sheet metal
    96" x 40" x 46"
    December, 2015