This is a workshop that was designed by Stuart Sampley for an owner in Westlake Hills. What made this project so exciting was the material pallet. We were able to take many rustic materials and put them together in a very refined way. Below is a shot of the exterior front of the building.
Bronze anodized roll up door with insulated glass.
This catwalk system and guardrail is made up of painted steel and galvanized steel. We work with some of the most talented steel fabricators in town and this install was some of his best work.
The rail was custom fabricated on site using galvanized steel angle and welded wire bolted to painted steel channels that are the structural supports for bar grate treads. A nice clean look that will last a lifetime.
This custom light fixture came as the owner wanted to try and use a break drum from an old 1 ton truck that he had. We custom fabricated a mounting plate and bracket to be able to mount this from the ridge beam above.
These beams were salvaged by the owner from an old building downtown. We took the beams, ran them through a mill to open face them, planed down one side, straight lined them, added a tongue and groove profile and the used the material to create the flooring for the second floor. This allowed for a continuos rough sawn look from below, but a smooth sanded floor grade material above. Great idea by architect Stuart Sampley.
Custom built shop entry doors, insulated with foam, clad in rough sawn cedar, and mounted with pivot hinges that allows these 300 pound doors to swing easily with a push of the finger.
Insulated sliding barn door.