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Beam Shelf

When functionality of a space is lacking, it's imperative to maximize the potential. To accomplish in this instance, a floating shelf is made out of an old cribbing beam....

Parachair

A modern update to our Victorian hip chair....

License Plate Alphabet

A different stylistic approach was taken in an effort to portray the alphabet. ...

Squamish 50km

People are always asking the same question about running a 50km, why? Maybe this will help clarify....

Iron Pipe Shelf

We were in search of a large bookshelf. The solution was to design a piece of simplistic furniture matching the character of our brick encased home. ...

Rocky Mountain National Park

A trip among friends to Rocky Mountain National Park that drew tears, invigorated creativity and inspired me mentally and physically...

WordPress Adventure

In October I convinced myself it was time and struck out a coarse to create bashworth.com, there would be issues...

Design Currency

A recent article in WIRED features an artist's proposal for a new design of the currency currently offered in our United States of America. These new monies are design around the concept of scientific advancements as opposed to long deceased elder-statesmen...

99pi Secret Staircases

This particular tale on 99pi speaks to a curious network of staircases that go unnoticed throughout the urban fabric of San Francisco. Although I am a midwesterner I found inspiration in the adventurous spirit to not only discover the numerous instances of the staircases but also digging into the signage and historical information behind the concrete connectors. "Always read the plaques!"...