Furniture Creation from Start to Finish
At Paul Downs Cabinetmakers, we’ve had the privilege of creating custom furniture for a variety of distinguished clients. Here in our Case Studies, we explain the design and construction that went into our projects to make each piece perfect.
James Madison called us up looking for a table. It was not just any table but a gorgeous 28 foot table for their school of recreation. They also needed complex technology and they couldn’t purchase from us without acceptance from the state. We had our work cut out for us…
A tired lobby interior in downtown Philadelphia needs an update. L2 Partridge Architects is engaged to provide the new look. Front and center in their scheme: a wood feature wall, stretching from floor to ceiling. This is easy to draw, but presents a …
So you’ve designed a really cool briefing room for a VERY important client. The centerpiece: a large open table with complex architectural details. It has to hold microphones, hidden motorized monitors, a roll-out presenter’s podium with adjustable desk height, and …
Starting point: a cool, fresh idea. Finish line: happy users. What every architect/contractor/fabricator wants, right? But in between, there are a million ways to go astray. We recently completed a project for the new Dogfish Head Brewpub in Rehoboth that shows how an unusual design concept made it to successful completion. Please enjoy this Case Study reflecting details of the project.