COLLABORATION WITH ALLIED WORKS ARCHITECTURE
Our TGM workshop was recently commissioned to fabricated a piece of an architectural model for the cutting-edge design team over at Allied Works Architecture. We modeled the piece, then carefully crafted the piece first with our CNC machine, then by hand to create an exact replica that fit their needs. Click the image below for an article about their design + check out our portfolio for detailed images of the "before" piece we created in our shop.
Photo by Allied Works
PORTLAND SUPPLY CO STUDIO VISIT
Recently got the chance to show off our shop + showroom the talented crew from Portland Supply Co. (Mikola Accuardi + Jacquelyn Caballero)
We had a great time on our tour, and love their interpretation of our space! There is also a brief interview with our Owner/Designer Spencer Staley.
Check it out, click the photo below!
Photo by Mikola Accuardi
TGM TABLE FOR NY ARTIST JOSE PARLA
The Good Mod recently designed + built another signature table. This one is headed to NYC to the talented artist Jose Parla.
Custom Ebonized Plywood + Brass Inlay with blue powder coated steel legs.
Here is a brief look at his new table on our rooftop.
ROSS LOVEGROVE + TEAM VISIT THE GOOD MOD
We had a surprise visit from contemporary designer Ross Lovegrove and his team today. It was a pleasure to meet a truly innovative designer such as Mr. Lovegrove and to share our growing space with him. Here are some images from an impromptu shoot on our rooftop. We supplied the props, he provided some art direction & a subject!
Photos by Arthur Hitchcock
FRITZ HANSEN CHAIR RESTORATION
Our photographer took a few moments the other day to observe one of our craftsmen at work. Matt Dune Donnelly carefully prepped, sanded, + assembled these amazing Fritz Hansen dining chairs throughout an afternoon. The restoration process of these vintage pieces is a delicate + time consuming process, that requires a lot of thought and research. The final product however, is a piece of design history that has its original beauty in the spotlight once again.
Photography by Arthur Hitchcock