Chairs, Benches, Stools

Broken Sphere Bench

Cherry slab, poplar, cast

concrete,milkpaint

32"H x 21"D x 72"W



Broken Sphere Bench

detail

All The King's Horses

Reclaimed redwood,

found steel and iron,

cast concrete, poplar,

milkpaint

18'H x 20D x 58"W

Palisade

Douglas fir, cast concrete,

poplar, milkpaint

17.5"H x 19"D x 54"W

Bench With Two Stones

Koa wood slab,

cast concrete,

found steel, poplar,

milkpaint

19H x 22"D x 66"W

Bench With

Two Stones

detail

Half Moon Bench

Cast concrete, found steel,

cast iron pipe

18"H x 18"D x 47"W

Red Moon Bench

Cast concrete, found steel,

cast iron pipe

18'H x 18"D x 41"W

Villareal Bench

Cast concrete, found steel

18"H x 14"D x 38"W

Spring Bench

Reclaimed redwood,

cast concrete', found

steel pipe and spring,

found stone

28"H x 22"D x 73"W



This piece was donated to

the  San Francisco

Museum of Craft and

Design in memory of 

Seb Hamamjian for his

tireless devotion and

dedication to the  world

of art and design.



























Spring Bench

Reclaimed redwood,

cast concrete, found

steel pipe and spring,

found stone

28"H x 22"D x 73"W


Illusions of Grandeur I

Douglas fir, found steel,

poplar, milkpaint

27"H x 23"D x 23"W

Illusions of Grandeur I

Douglas fir, found steel,

poplar, milkpaint

27"H x 20"D x 23"W

Illusions of Grandeur II

Douglas fir, found steel,

poplar, milkpaint

26.5"H x 20"D x 23"W

Illusions of Grandeur II

Douglas fir, found steel,

poplar, milkpaint

26.5"H x 20"D x 23"W

Illusions of Grandeur V

Douglas fir, found steel,

poplar, milkpaint

27"H x 20"D x 23"W

Illusions of Grandeur V

Douglas fir, found steel,

poplar, milkpaint

27"H x 20"D x 23"W

Windy Chairs

Cherry, ash, dyed ash,

baltic birch plywood,

fabric

34"H x 23"D x 23"W

78 # Stool

Found steel spring,

poplar, milkpaint,

fabric






As the title indicates,

this stool indeed

weighs seventy eight

pounds. Interestingly,

thispiece was

purchased by a

proctologist to add to

his extensive stool

collection.He was

particularly drawn to

the little red whoopee

cushionin the center

of the stool.