Large maple hardwood tables, made to be durable and highly functional for gallery classes and presentations. These tables at The Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco are standing height, have locking caster wheels and center power units.
A table glue up out of oak at our fabrication shop, this table was for The Autodesk Gallery in Onterio, CA. After seeing the tables in San Francisco Gallery they decided they needed some for themselves.
The smaller table design out of oak for the Autodesk Gallery in Ontario, Canada. In our fabrication shop it gets a finish sanding before the final seal is applied.
In the SF gallery space, the modern square design of these tables goes well with the interior of the space.
A rolling cabinet designed to hold 14 laptops for the gallery classes.
Sharp square edges on this table design.
The center power units flip down when not in use to make a clean look and protect the outlets from other projects happening on the tables.
Sharp square legs end in large non marking casters.
Almost ready to go! The tables get their final fabrication details and staging to get ready for finishing.
In our shop getting their final details, These signs for the Autodesk Gallery are 8ft tall powder coated steel. Minimal and clean with a sturdy, durable construction.
Final details adjusted to the large 8ft tall steel banner signs.
In their final location in and outside the gallery, the signage has a clean, unobtrusive look.
A row of easels made for the Autodesk Gallery & special events. These hardwood pieces are durable, light and very unique with their leather hinge, joinery details and resin logo inlay.