What’s the point of having a CNC machine if you’re not pushing it to the limits? This project allowed us to prove out a new design concept with pattern textures machined into the drawer front.Co-designed by Mike Prom using Autodesk Fusion 360.
Carved out of one solid piece of MDF on a 3-axis CNC router.
This book-matched slab walnut coffee table was inspired by the idea that custom furniture can be created to match custom cabinetry.Co-designed by Mike Prom using Autodesk Fusion 360.
This new construction home is situated in a charming neighborhood near Edina Country Club. The center island features custom legs designed by Andrea Swan, while the upper cabinets feature complex curved moldings made of rift-sawn oak, adding character and style to the space.
This project was recently featured on Bria Hammel Interiors design blog.In order to achieve a level of quality required by the design details, we used CAD design and CAM programming at an advanced level. The end result is a finished product that is more cost effective, repeatable, and is made more precisely than could be achieved using traditional methods.
This home will be featured as the Dream Home on the 2017 Fall Parade of Homes.
This our latest work in progress created in conjunction with Charlie & Co. Design.
This project features a custom island, old world-style timber beams that frame the range wall cabinetry, and a built-in bench in the eat-in kitchen. Combined with a water jet cut marble built-in master vanity, this home offers elegant one-of-a-kind finishes that we are proud to work on.The CAD design and renderings were done using Autodesk Fusion 360.
Designed & Made is proud to be featured in Luxe Magazine for its work on a custom home in St. Paul on the storied Mississippi River.
The idea behind this concept was to break the mold — to find inspiration in a shape and push it.
The Moroccan-style design for the legs was applied to the kitchen island, master bathroom vanity and powder room vanity for a one-of-a-kind look.