The Alluvium bench takes it's inspiration from the erosion of soil formed by flowing water. This bench design is part of the Andi-Le line, customized and made to order for each client. Elements of choice include acrylic, and stainless steel, size, color and textures. And, collaboration is always encouraged.
A fascination of tattoos and their meaning led to this bench design. Polynesian/ Maori tattoos have a strong color element that I love to play with. The steel legs also compliment the design.
The combination of art and furniture is the perfect way to make a statement in home decor. What fun!!! Royal Rhythm is carved and sanded, smooth and sensuous. The royal purple finish is layered for depth. Acrylic hand milled blocks were sanded opaque to capture light, then welded into an arch to compliment the undulating top.
Shaping, sanding and texturizing a beautiful piece of wood was the motivation for this bench. Welded pipe is the design element for the base. Fusing industrial and organic is an Andi-Le aesthetic.
Azure Swirl Bench
Swirls of hand textured design accented by stainless steel clad legs.
Tribal Textile Bench
Inspired by tribal textiles, This hand carved design has an added contemporary edge. The legs are clad in iron.
Blocks of Texture Bench
Blocks of textures side by side work together as a whole. The legs accented with stinless steel
Stacked Leg Bench
White Oak with hand-textured wood accents in eggplant. The natural white oak grain adds a warmth to this contemporary design.
Red Topo Bench
Topography maps are the inspiration for this bench. Carved swirls first burned (shou sugi ban) then many painted layers bringing up the desired depth of color. The steel legs create a contemporary edge.
Modern tribal Bench
The juxtaposition of the African tribal textiles and textures takes this design to a modern aesthetic. After it is carved the bench is burned (shou sugi ban) then, many layers of finish are applied, working up a balance of color and depth. The steel legs accent this design.