Designing functional and beautiful space, our speciality is bringing the rustic vibe from the country into the city. Reclaiming materials from urban renovations and partnering them with raw steel, our aesthetic is one of a kind. 


218 E. 8th Avenue. Homestead , PA. 15120 

This restaurant was a floor to ceiling remodel. Focusing on paying tribute to the beauty that is Homestead PA, we were able to use modern lines with industrial flair to set this space off. Featuring concrete counter tops, reclaimed tables, a rusted "pipe" style tap with metal shelving, and white subway tile. This space exemplifies the cleanliness of Industrial design, with the texture of reclaimed wood. A perfect pairing. 

With contributions from Brandon, at Moose Wood Shop, on the custom reclaimed wood tables, the multiple wood textures and ambient lighting Really bring to life a unique vibe. Each individual piece tells a story, and we love that. 

Photography by Loren DeMarco



2635 Murray Ave. Pittsburgh PA. 15217

The Levity Float Studio, was Johns first large project. In conjunction with Cat Coughenour Designs, this eclectic aesthetic was developed. featuring a massive 7' x 6' custom sliding barn door. Using the Large space as an opportunity, the hand cut logo and texture ads a subtle texture to the very clean space. The building featured exposed ceiling rafter beams, which are tied in throughout the "Rustic Industrial" design.  This new era lifestyle space came out beautifully, and we couldn't be more proud of our first large design project. 


Photography by Ben Petchel