French Schoolhouse Dining Chair
Simple, Durable, timeless, and comfortable. The French Schoolhouse Chair is an instant classic. Stackable design and customizable finishes add versatility. Designed and built in collaboration with Kujawa Architecture and Active Alloys.
Donald Judd Inspired Parlor Chairs
The designs of Minimalist Artist Donald Judd inspired this commission for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Combining the chairs in different orientations highlights Judd's genius. Minimalist detail and style is brought to the masterful joinery.
The Franklin Series Dining Chair
Along with the Side Table, the Dining Chair is the flagship piece of the Franklin Series. The design was tested, prototyped, and refined before being fully realized. The Dining Chair can be customized with lacquered interior legs and matching lacquered mdf seat back, but looks equally smart in all solid wood. Shown here in oiled American Black Walnut and Grey Elm with White Lacquer.
The Franklin Series Sofa
Deceptively comfortable and sturdy, the Franklin Sofa seats three. Shown here in oiled Grey Elm and leather. In development are a matching Lounge Chair and Ottoman.
Elongated French Schoolhouse Chair
Elongating the French Schoolhouse Chair arguable makes the design even more elegant. Still, simplicity, comfort, durability and affordability are the guiding principles of this stool. bent ply seats and backs lend undeniable comfort for any body. Customizable in finish and materials: shown here in Black Walnut with Black powder coat finish. Designed and built in collaboration with Active Alloys.
The Franklin Stools
The Franklin Stools were Conceived to make a less labor-intensive (and therefore more affordable) seating alternative to the Franklin Series Dining Chair. Square steel tube cross bars provides extra strength, comfort, and a material contrast to the solid wood legs. Available in 24" and 30" heights, the customizable seats can have a leather seat or upholstered cushion added. Shown here in American Black Walnut, Ash, and Reclaimed Douglas Fir with oil finish.