Modern Midwest | Belly Up to Mag

“We’re not dealing with a computer model; we’re not on Rhino [a design program]. That’s not part of our design process,” Ali said. “We really like to do it in the shop from the ground up. So we become really intimate with the feasibility of how to construct it. We want to express as much as possible the capability of the wood.”

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Detroit Home | A Cut Above

“We want [our work] to be beautiful,” Ali says of the tables, coffee tables, desks, and entertainment centers they build from a variety of solid woods, opting to never stain their pieces in order to maintain the natural beauty. But the furniture “needs to be smart,” too, Ali adds.

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CS Interiors | Built to Fill

“And typical of well-educated designers, it’s all about the process. Atypical is the couples’ thoughtful consideration of function within the form. Each creation in the collection is meant to put to be put to work solving the storage dilemma. And work it does: These meticulously crafted, refined compositions provide intelligent solutions while looking good, too.”

CS Interiors, Built to Fill

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