Each "pyramid" is carefully cut out of a block of wood, a concave dome is notched out at the top and then an interesting texture is created on the sides. And then the "pyramids" are attached to float above the backer. Look carefully and you'll see that each "pyramid" is a different shape, with a different sized circle at the peak. The piece reflects movement and change.
Wood from construction debris
Size: 60"W x 6"H x 6"D
Custom sizes available as well as production in quantities.
Wall mounted with brackets.
A little about our elaborate fabrication process:
Connect with a job site that has debris.
Go to the site and select the material.
Remove the nails and clean it up.
And then the fabrication begins.
Made by hand with TLC in San Francisco.
We believe that a brand is stronger and all around better when it stands behind a cause (or two). That’s why we focus on two very important causes that are in dire need of support: recidivism and construction waste.
We know that people released from incarceration need opportunities. Many companies choose not to hire formerly incarcerated individuals, but we believe in giving people hope for a successful fresh start and a second chance.
"The good" doesn't stop there. Over 500 million tons of construction debris is generated in the US annually. If we can divert even a small percentage of waste from going into overflowing landfills, and use it to make "cool stuff", why not? We create relationships with contractors to get access to job sites. Then we sort through the debris and bring back the best materials to our shop. After removing nails and other hardware, we clean the material and begin fabrication. It's quite a process.