Things I designed then built in my prior career + a few current ones for fun...

Topoisomerase

Active Member
Conference table; aluminum, steel, Glulam pine, glass:

Sandor5.jpg

Sandor2.jpg

Sandor6.jpg

Sandor1.jpg


Various fireplaces/pits (last one is filled with junk cycle parts):

CohenFireplace.jpg

Mosb1.jpg

Mosb2.jpg

Lew4.jpg

PaulTony.jpg

Hays8.jpg

TurnerFireplace.jpg

Anita.jpg

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Topoisomerase

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Re: Things I designed & built in my prior career and now build for fun...

Conference table; steel:

OMA6.jpg

OMA18.jpg

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Conference table, steel, eucalyptus, glass:

Paleo7.jpg

Paleo5.jpg

Paleo1.jpg
 

Topoisomerase

Active Member
Table; steel, glass, concrete:

ExecTable.jpg


Table; steel, mesquite:

MesqTable6.jpg

MesqTable1.jpg

MesqTable5.jpg


Table; steel, glass:

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Table; steel, solid zebrawood:

ZebraTable2.jpg

ZebraTable1.jpg

ZebraTable4.jpg


Desk; steel, mesquite (someone else did the granite top on this one)

KGDesk10.jpg

KGDesk11.jpg

KGDesk4.jpg

KGDesk9.jpg

KGDesk11.jpg

KGDesk1.jpg

KGDesk2.jpg

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danejurrous

Been Around the Block
Wow I really like the designs and your skill is enviable. I think the truss steel and glass table or the first conference table of aluminum, wood and glass are my favorite.
 

Topoisomerase

Active Member
Water feature:

AM1.jpg

AM4.jpg

AM5.jpg

AM8.jpg

AM3.jpg


Unearthed Cold War bomb shelter, converted to a wine cellar; steel, aluminum:

Bunker1.jpg

Bunker2.jpg

Bunker3.jpg

Bunker4.jpg

Bunker5.jpg

Bunker6.jpg


Sculptures: gambel oak, white oak, ponderosa pine, steel:

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Sculpt1_zpsed9b6901.jpg

Sculpt3_zps63ee5aca.jpg

sculpt4_zps7ad02948.jpg

Tree2.jpg

Tree1.jpg
 

pawn

Over 1,000 Posts
all badass!

I'd love to do a corrugated fence at my house with thick wood posts, but it would get hit with graffiti too quickly and often.
 

Topoisomerase

Active Member
SONICJK said:
Badass man!
Why is it your "former" career?

I went back to school & am moving in a different direction, profession-wise. I still do it on a scaled-back basis when time allows, but would like to pick up the pace again as a part-time thing at some point in the future.
 

Topoisomerase

Active Member
CafeRacer650 said:
Wow. Insane skill sir. Are you a trained craftsman, or did you study Industrial Design?

No, biology major & taught physics & calc at a private school in Denver for a couple of years. Just picked up a welder one day to try my hand and everything went from there.

Thanks for the compliments everyone!
 

spotty

Vmax...why,yes i think i will
pawn said:
all badass!

I'd love to do a corrugated fence at my house with thick wood posts, but it would get hit with graffiti too quickly and often.

one solution i've heard of to grafitti-proof fencing etc is to paint it the colour of your choice (or leave it in natural finish) then get clear bathroom silicon from the hardware shop, put loads on a rag and then wipe it all over the fence, if you cover the whole thing with a thin 'smear' of silicon, not only will it protect the finish/paint underneath, any paint that is applied over the silicon will bead up and not set or just run straight off

oh and some beautiful furniture up there too and a cool looking weimeraner
 

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