A 300 year old slab of redwood burl is treated aggresively yet with a modern touch and great attention to irregularity in the structural support. A severe contrast to the redwood's natural beauty was sought with contemporary materials and design gestures.
Quaking Aspen Coat Tree
Currently at RJE Furniture, this coat tree utilizes a quazi-feminine, modern form with multiple steel rods ending in wooden balls.
Forest Coat Rack
This coat rack represents an abstracted forest scene and holds umbrellas, hats, coats.
table design marries the old with the new, a continueing theme in Bruce's
work. The cabriole legs end flow up to a modern glass-topped design with rods
and seemingly moveable parts. Parellell lines are also part of Bruce's aesthetic
and are used here in an angular rhythm, piercing the table's skirt.
and Lightstand Design
various laminated and bent woods, Bruce has designed an ultra-modern set of
occasional table and lightstand.
The light fixture is moveable and can create a direct light or an ambient
one. The table is a continuation of parellels, seen thru the round glass top.
Rack 1 Design
limbs grow evenly from a sturdy maple base in this clever post-modern coat
rack. The clean lines lean slightly outward due to being cleaved by horizontal
pieces, criss-crossed near the fulcrum.
departure from the parellel lines, yet an offshoot of his angular forms, this
coatrack uses a stylistic approach to a utilitarian function in maple, cherry