If you're an architect, you care about design. It's in your blood. It's all you think about. You're meticulous down to the very last detail. But to do all that, you must first draw from inspiration. Famous structures, renowned architects, and even from what's around you. So it's important to have a space that is conducive to being creative.
For Andrew, and his company A.Gruppo Architects, that is a space that is clean and modern yet includes a mix of industrial and contemporary elements. So when it came time to throw a new conference table into the mix, Andrew went the custom route to build something that fit perfectly. Using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe, Andrew was able to design and build this beautiful looking conference table.
In this article, we'll cover the details of Andrew's conference table, the fittings used to build it, and show you how you can build your own just like it (with diagram and steps included). And no, you don't have to be an architect to do so :)
This rolling kitchen island was built by Ben for his son's new condo as a student at LSU. Space inside the condo is limited, so Ben wanted to create something that could be rolled out of the way when needed. The island frame was built using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe paired with a live edge table top. In this article, we'll take a closer look at Ben's project, how it was built, and show you how you can build your own:
American Do-It-Yourself Garage is a self-service repair shop in Virginia Beach, VA where people can rent car bays, lifts, and tools to work on their vehicles. This allows those who don't have the space, or the tools needed, a chance to make their own car repairs and save a lot of money in the process. The garage is fully equipped with 8 car bays that include workbenches, fully equipped tool boxes, compressed air, and anything else you would need to work on your car.
In this article, we're going to focus on the workbenches featured in this garage. How they were built, how you can build your own, and any other important details you should know. Let's take a look: