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RYAN FERNANDES SELECTED WORKS [2016]


ryan1.fernandes@ryerson.ca 416 859 0330 492 Royalpark Way Vaughan, ON L4H 1K4

EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS

RYAN FERNANDES Ryerson University, Toronto, ON Bachelor of Architectural Science

2012-2017

(In Progress)

LEED AP BD+C, CAGBC  EXPERIENCE

2016

The Architect Builders Collaborative, Toronto, ON Architectural Assistant

May 2015-May 2016

-Led a residential project from schematic design to construction with minimal guidance -Assembled permit applications, design drawings, 3D digital models, and physical models -Engaged with clients, contractors, and suppliers -Performed site visits, measured and documented existing building conditions

RALLY Architects, Toronto, ON Part-time Architectural Technologist

June 2015-September 2015

-Built a BIM model for a project in progress -Produced presentation renderings

SOFTWARE PROFICIENCIES INITIATIVES

Revit AutoCAD

Rhino 3D V-Ray

Grasshopper Sketchup

ArchiCAD Photoshop

solarBLOCK, by ECOstudio Design Coordinator

Illustrator InDesign July 2016-Present

Coordinating an interdisciplinary team in the design and construction of a net-zero energy house of the future

Green Materials Research Team, Ryerson University 

March 2015-Present Assisting in the creation of a healthy materials database for future capital projects at Ryerson AIAS Mentorship Program, Ryerson University  2014, 2016 Mentored junior architecture students and helped them achieve SMART goals

Habitat For Humanity, Brampton 

Build volunteer for the Hoskins Square build

June 2013- Aug 2013

Race to Zero Competition, Ryerson University 

Dec 2016- Present Working with a team in designing a net-zero energy laneway housing prototype

RECOGNITION

ABBARCH Architecture (Ontario) Inc. Award 

2016 Academic achievement and extra-curricular activities demonstrating leadership, and service to the Department and profession of architecture

People’s Choice Award, Canstruction

May 2016 Coordinated a group of students and lead the design for Ryerson’s competition entry

First Place, Make Your Space Competition Dean’s List, Ryerson University 

Dec 2015-Feb 2016 2013, 2014


CONTENTS TOWARDS NET-ZERO......................................................................................... 01 FUTURE SCHOOL................................................................................................ 03 LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE................................................................................... 07 3 NOTTAWA AVENUE......................................................................................... 11 EXTREME REDESIGN........................................................................................... 13 STORM CLOUD................................................................................................... 15 KERF PENDANT................................................................................................... 17 WOOD WORKING............................................................................................... 18


TOWARDS NET-ZERO VISITOR’S CENTRE [VAUGHAN] FALL 2014

The BRE Innovation Park Visitor’s Centre is part of a group of buildings that will form a platform for the construction industry to demonstrate innovative solutions for low carbon buildings and sustainable neighbourhood developments. The design of the building demonstrates high levels of energy efficiency, water efficiency and reduction, and good indoor environmental quality. The design focuses primarily on passive design strategies optimizing building orientation and shape, implementing a highly insulated envelope, using glazing strategically, and providing passive shading. The building also actively harvests solar energy and rainwater.

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1. EXHIBIT SPACE 2. OFFICE 3. STORAGE 4. PRESENTATION SPACE

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5. SERVERY 6. MEETING ROOM 7. OFFICE SPACE

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FUTURE SCHOOL

25TH STREET

Designing a School of Architecture is an opportunity to make a statement about the profession of architecture as it stands today, and how we think it will evolve in the future. This proposal envisions a future in which architects will once again take on the role of master builder, largely through digital means. A historically significant building is repurposed into a School of Architecture, prioritizing “making�, community collaboration, and learning.

ONTARIO AVENUE

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE [SASKATOON] FALL 2016

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ONTARIO AVENUE

25TH STREET

SITE CONTEXT

ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL

SITE POTENTIAL

The site is located in the heart of Saskatoon’s north downtown The site is largely vacant and has two warehouse district, which is currently being revitalized street fronts

MIXED USE OFFICES MAKER SPACE

LIBRARY

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT A maker space will connect the School of Architecture to a new library and arts-focused office building

CONNECTION

PATIO & ART PARK

SOLAR DESIGN

OUTDOOR AMENITY

The organization of the new and existing building will promote interaction

An outdoor patio and art park exhibiting large scale student work will be accessible to the public

The design will take advantage of Saskatoon’s tremendous annual solar exposure

An outdoor playing field will provide a valuable amenity for students and the public

STUDIOS CLASSROOMS

AUDITORIUM

NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE 04


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SHOP EQUIPMENT + WORK BENCHES

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1. CAFE 2. ROUND TABLE 3. GALLERY 4. TEMPORARY EXHIBITS 5. AUDITORIUM 6. COMMUTER CHANGE ROOMS 7. BICYCLE STORAGE 8. MATERIALS ROOM 9. MAKER SPACE OFFICE 10. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 11. PROGRAM DIRECTOR’S OFFICE 12. MAKER SPACE 13. ART PARK 14. CLASSROOM 15. PRINTING ROOM 16. STUDIO 17. FACULTY OFFICES 18. TECH OFFICE 19. CRIT SPACE 20. STORAGE 21. COMPUTER LAB 22. LOUNGE 23. DISCUSSION SPACE 24. FACULTY LOUNGE

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LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE LIBRARY + CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION [TORONTO] WINTER 2015 ER

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The design utilizes sustainable design strategies and showcases the potential for building large structures using engineered mass timber products.

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This proposal focuses on the library as a meeting place, and one of the “last good places� in an increasingly commercialized society. Spaces are designed to encourage social interaction and collaboration.

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Libraries are rapidly evolving. With advancements in technology, providing knowledge has become just one function of the library. Though technological advancements have provided the means to develop and maintain relationships with people across the globe, the result is a dramatic reduction in face-to-face interaction. Designing a library for the future presents the opportunity to bring back real social interaction to technologically detached societies.

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LIBRARY UPPER FLOORS

CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION YOUTH ZONE RETAIL

LIBRARY GROUND FLOOR

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

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SHERIDAN AVE

SHERIDAN AVE

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1. FOYER 2. CAFE 3. STAFF OFFICE 4. SELF CHECKOUT 5. RETAIL 6. CSI OFFICE LOBBY

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7. OUTDOOR PATIO 8. YOUTH ZONE 9. INDIVIDUAL STUDY AREA 10. CSI OFFICE SPACE 11. READING HALL

Level 5

Level 5

52' - 6"

52' - 6"

Level 4

Level 4

39' - 4 1/2"

39' - 4 1/2"

Level 3

Level 3

26' - 3"

26' - 3"

Level 2

Level 2

13' - 1 1/2"

13' - 1 1/2"

Level 1

Level 1

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SOUTH ELEVATION

Level 5 52' - 6" Level 4 39' - 4 1/2" Level 3 26' - 3" Level 2 13' - 1 1/2" Level 1 0' - 0"

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WEST ELEVATION


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5 LAYER CLT SERVICE SPACE ACOUSTIC INSULATION 3 LAYER CLT PLYWOOD ACOUSTIC UNDERLAYMENT FLOOR FINISH

GLULAM BEAM GLULAM COLUMN

STRUCTURE + FLOOR ASSEMBLY

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EXIST SHED NOTE: NO CHANGE TO EXISTING GLAZED OPENING AREA

3 NOTTAWA AVENUE A4.01 11

SIM

A4.01 10

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NEW WINDOW ALLOCATE EXISTING GLAZED AREA

INTERIOR ALTERATIONS, WINDOW REPLACEMENT [TORONTO] 2016 NO WORK IN HATCHED AREA COMPLETED DURING INTERNSHIP AT TABC INC. D-1

WOOD SIDING

WOOD SIDING

W/C

HALL

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EVATION ST ELEVATION

1/4" =

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4'

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SECTION | W-E

3

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NEW DOOR TO

7'-0"

EXIST

MASONRY CHIMNEY

EXISTING DOO

NOTE: NO CHANGE TO EXISTING GLAZED OPENING AREA

REPLACE WINDOW 13" HIGHER IN SAME OPENING

SCALE: 1/4" =

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1'-0"

1st FLOOR ±0"

SECTION | N-S

2'

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8'

SCALE: 1/4" =

WEST ELEVAT

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8'

1'-0"

SCALE: 1/4" =

1'-0"

SCREENED PORCH NOTE: NO CHANGE TO EXISTING GLAZED OPENING AREA

REPLACE EXISTING WINDOW WITH NEW SMALLER WINDOW

1/2"

1/2"

1st FLOOR ±0"

2-8x6-8

REPLACE WINDOW IN EXISTING OPENING 13" HIGHER

W-2

A4.01 7

SCALE: 1/4" =

LAUNDRY/STORAGE

1'-0"

EXIST

WOOD SIDING

STAINLESS STEEL COUNTER TOP

A4.01 10

CABINET

W/D

9'-8 1/4"

WEST ELEVATION

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8'

3'-2 1/2"

4'

OFFICE

TILE BACKSPLASH EXIST

3'-5 1/2"

2'

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SEAL WITH SILICONE CAULK A4.01 11

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W-1

D-2

7'-0"

NEW DOOR TO MATCH

13'-1 1/2"

3'-5 1/2"

EXISTING DOOR

3'-5 1/2"

3'-2 1/2"

EXIST

7'-2 1/4"

1" SOLID WOOD CAP

4'-5 3/4"

+/-3/4"

1'-6"

REPLACE KITCHEN DOOR

8'-0 3/4"

EBF CAL EBF ARE EXIST G PROPOS

ALLOCATE EXISTING GLAZING AREA TO NEW WINDOW

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3'-2 1/2"

10'-7"

REPLACE WINDOW 13" HIGHER IN SAME OPENING

NO WORK IN HATCHED AREA

±0" 1st FLOOR

KITCHEN

2-6x6-8

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BATHROOM

6'-0 3/4"

7"

1" SOLID WOOD CAP

3'-5 1/2"

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4'

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STAINLESS STEEL 0" COUNTER TOP

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8'

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9'-8"

CABINET

2-4x6-8

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D-200 DRYWALL TRIM [TYP]

1'-0"

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SHIM SPACE FILL WITH SPF + CAULK FACE

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QTY

SIZE HEIGHT

HEAD HEIGHT

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49 3/4"

38 1/2"

80"

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49 3/4"

38 1/2"

80"

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53 3/4"

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18"

14'-9 1/4"

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38 1/2"

80" MASTER

38 1/2"

80"

TYPE

49 3/4"

38 1/2"

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49 3/4"

38 1/2"

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53 3/4"

1st FLOOR

38 1/2"

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18"

38 1/2"

SCALE: 3"

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MANUFACTURER

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PLYWOOD BLOCKING

FOLD SILL FLASHING TO MAKE CLEAN, CONTINUOUS CORNER

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1'-0"

3''

6''

GLASS THK.

U-VALUE

EDGE OF SILL BELOW BLACK PAINTED METAL FLASHING

CORNER WINDOW DETAIL

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9''

SCALE: 3"

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1'-0"

ID D-1 D-2 D-3 D-3 D-3 D-4 D-5 D-5

1/4" FOLD SILL FLASHING TO MAKE CLEAN, CONTINUOUS CORNER 1/4" 1/4"

EDGE OF SILL BELOW

FILL WITH SPF + CAULK FACE WOOD TRIM MILLED TO SUIT EDGE OF EXISTING SIDING

6''

9''

DOOR SCHEDULE STAINLESS STEEL BACKSPLASH

1/4"

SPF AROUND POST

3''

SOLID WOOD SILL

NOTES

STEEL POST + PLATE [RE-INSTALL]

BEDROOM

3'' STEEL POST + PLATE 6'' [RE-INSTALL]9''

CORNER WINDOW DETAIL

SCALE: 3"

MODEL NUMBER

PLYWOOD BLOCKING

80"

SPF AROUND POST

WINDOW JAMB DETAIL

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SEAL WITH CAULKING 80" METAL FLASHING 80" BEND INTO SLOT SEAL WITH CLEAR SILICONE FILL WITH SPF + CAULK FACE 80"

FILL WITH 6" SPF + CAULK FACE -2'WOOD TRIM MILLED TO SUIT EDGE OF EXISTING SIDING

9'' NO WORK IN HATCHED AREA

6''

HEIGHT

WINDOW HEAD DETAIL

METAL FLASHING BEND INTO SLOT SEAL WITH CLEAR SILICONE

WIDTH

HEIGHT

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LINE OF DRYWALL BELOW

SEAL WITH CAULKING

LE

WIDTH

9''

BLACK PAINTED METAL DRIP-EDGE LINE OF DRYWALL BELOW WOOD TRIM TO MATCH SIDE CASING PAINTED WOOD TRIM SHIM SPACE HEAD MANUFACTURER FILL WITH SPFTYPE + CAULK FACE

SIZE

QTY

DOOR

PAINTED WOOD TRIM

2-4x6-8

3"

1'-0"

GSPublisherEngine 619.12.12.100

EDGE OF WOOD SILL BELOW

CO

EDGE OF SILL BELOW

RTIAL HEIGHT WALL CAP

NEW LINTEL 2-2X6 0 3'' 6'' SLIDE DRIP EDGE +/- 2" UP BEHIND SIDING EDGE OF WOOD SILL BELOW

28'-2 1/4"

1'-10 1/2" 1'-10 1/2"

SD

FLOOR

ID

W-4 0"

LIVING

BUILT IN PAX UNITS

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SHIM SPACEW-1 1st FLOOR FILL WITH SPF + CAULK FACE W-2 1st FLOOR SEAL WITH CAULKING 2-8x6-8 W-3 1st FLOOR

1 1/4"

SEAL WITH SILICONE CAULK

GUEST BEDROOM

SCALE: 3"

D-200 DRYWALL TRIM [TYP] REPLACE FRONT

FOYER

DINING ±0" 1st FLOOR

WALL CAP DETAIL

EXIST WOOD SIDING

WINDOW SCHEDULE

TILE BACKSPLASH

A4.01 10

8'

EDGE OF SILL BELOW

+/-3/4"

3'-2 1/2"

A4.01 11

4'

PARTIAL HEIGHT WALL CAP

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2-6x6-8 REPLACE WINDOW IN SMALLER OPENING 1/2"

2'

1

CO

2-0x6-8

W-4

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2-6x6-8

1 1/4"

NEW W/C WINDOW

DHW

1'-0"

3'-1 3/4" 5"

1/4" =

22'-1 3/4"

CTION | N-S

SD

PLYWOOD BACKING ROOM

W

RICHELIEU RECTANGULAR FOYER GROMMET KITCHEN OUTLET

32" 32" 30" 30" 30" 24" 28" 28"

BATHROOM

STAINLESS STEEL COUNTER OFFICE

LAUNDRY/STORAGE W/C GUEST BEDROOM MASTER BEDROOM

BLACK PAINTED METAL FLASHING

WINDOW SILL DETAIL

JAMB DETAIL 0

3''

6''

9''

9

CORNER WINDOW DETAIL SCALE: 3"

=

0

1'-0"

3''

6''

10

9''

WINDOW SILL DETAIL SCALE: 3"

=

0

1'-0"

25'-11 3/4"

DOOR SCHEDULE

NOTES

2.100

11

ID D-1 D-2 D-3 D-3 D-3 D-4 D-5 D-5

ROOM FOYER KITCHEN BATHROOM OFFICE LAUNDRY/STORAGE W/C GUEST BEDROOM MASTER BEDROOM

DOOR W 32" 32" 30" 30" 30" 24" 28" 28"

0

HT 2’

80" 80" 80" 80" 80" 80" 80" 80"

4’ TYPE

MATERIAL 8’

FLOOR PLAN

FINISH

HDWR

NOTES REPLACE DOOR IN EXISTING OPENING REPLACE DOOR IN EXISTING OPENING

3''

6''

9''


3 Nottawa Avenue is a project that I worked on from schematic design through construction during my internship at The Architect Builders Collaborative. I was largely involved in the evolution of the design, the development of details and construction drawings, the research and selection of windows and other products, and the coordination between manufacturers and the contractor.

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EXTREME REDESIGN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN FALL 2016 TEAM: J HAN

One of the biggest problems mixologists face is keeping up with drink orders during busy times. Preparing cocktails is a precise art that requires mixing exact proportions of spirits. Currently, there is no tool that lets mixologists prepare cocktails efficiently. More often than not this leads to unhappy customers, stressed out employees, and loss of potential business. Currently mixologists use jiggers to measure and pour cocktails. Using jiggers is time consuming and almost always results in spilled alcohol. MODUM is a simple product that is inserted into a cocktail shaker and allows mixologists to measure alcohols precisely. Just insert, add ice, pour, shake!

METHOD: USING MODUM ~40 SECONDS

1. ADD ICE

2. POUR INTO MODUM

3. SHAKE

METHOD: TRADITIONAL ~1.33 MINS

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1. ADD ICE

2. POUR INTO JIGGER

3. POUR INTO SHAKER CUP


STRAINER + LID

A QUICK POUR

The compartments are designed for quick and precise pouring and straining.

MODUM

SHAKER CUP

1/2 OUNCE

Each compartment holds 1/2 fluid ounce. With 8 compartments, you can create almost any cocktail.

TIME SAVER

Measure and pour at the same time Pour multiple ingredients at once

UNIVERSAL DESIGN

Fits into any cocktail shaker

CLEAN 4. STRAIN

4. POUR INTO JIGGER

Avoid spills by eliminating the jigger

5. POUR INTO SHAKER CUP

6. SHAKE

7. STRAIN

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STORM CLOUD INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION FALL 2016 TEAM: E CHONG, J HAN, R IVANYTSKYY, V YUNG, B ZITELLA

Storm Cloud is an installation that brings awareness to the fact that human interference with the natural environment is intensifying the effects of climate change. Clear wiring is hung in dense undulating forms with thin fibre optic cables peaking through. Lit by an array of LEDs that continuously change colour, this represents the transforming atmosphere above us. Ultrasonic sensors are arranged below the structure to detect human presence. Flashing lights and sound mimicking a thunderous storm are triggered by this human presence. The more people enter the space, the more intense the ‘storm’ grows.

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SECTION


ASSEMBLY

PROTOTYPE

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KERF PENDANT LAMP DESIGN FALL 2016 x1

Although kerf cutting has a long history, recent advances in digital fabrication technology has opened up a new world of possibilities for the technique. It is now easier than ever to create interesting curved surfaces with rigid materials using kerf cutting.

x1 x4 x1

Kerfing is the act of cutting a series of cuts in a piece of material in close proximity to add flexibility to the material, and enable it to be curved. Using kerfing, one has the ability to curve seemingly rigid materials.

COMPONENTS

x1

The curved form of KERF pendant lamps is the result of wood that has been kerf cut and bent into shape. Using a laser cutter to precisely cut the kerf pattern reduces fabrication time and increases the quality of the lamp tremendously. KERF pendant lamps not only showcase the kerf pattern on the lamp’s surface, but also on nearby surfaces through shadow casting.

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WOOD WORKING

RUSTIC BOWL

WINTER BEAR

TURNED WOOD 2012

INTARSIA 2012

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