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The Saw Horse Simplified

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 04, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Sarah Lonsdale last modified Jul 03, 2013

I first met RISD grad Julian Paul in Portland, OR, a couple of years ago, when he sold his furniture at our Remodelista Local Market in Portland . When he later relocated to the Bay Area and was looking for work, I put him in touch with a few architects and thought nothing of it until I got word that he had made some pieces for Berkeley-based Envelope a+d (members of the Remodelista Architect and Designer Directory), where he now works as fabricator and expeditor. A RISD-Norcal event proved the impetus for the creation of a limited short-run production of locally made saw horses with color dipped legs. For more information, see below or to order go to Envelope a+d . Above: The CMY Saw Horses were designed and fabricated at Envelope a+d, in Berkeley; $400 a pair. Above The saw horses are made out of hickory and come in cyan, magenta, and yellow leg dip. Above: According to Paul, the design "pays homage to classic work-shop saw horses, but simplify and minimize joinery to emphasize the graphic quality of the iconic saw horse shape." They will provide a store-bought top for an additional $50. See our post on Delfina Pizzeria in San Francisco , designed by Envelope a+d.  Considered Design Awards: Vote for Your Favorites in Each Category Once a Day Remodelista Reader Finalists Remodelista Professional Finalists Gardenista Finalists Best Dining Space Best Dining Space Best Architectural Feature Best Office Space Best Office Space Best Indoor Garden Best Kitchen Space Best Kitchen Space Best Urban Garden Best Bath Space Best Bath Space Best Edible Garden Best Bedroom Space Best Bedroom Space Best Outdoor Room   Best Children’s Space  






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