Darío and Elias design and build contemporary handcrafted fine furniture at The Wood Studio. They strive to celebrate the natural beauty of wood with every piece they make.
This generously-sized dining room table and pair of matching benches are made from solid African sapele and hand-finished with Danish oil. Darío and Elias drew their inspiration from mid-century American design for this project.
"Already its own ornament, wood isn't in need of any big decorative makeovers from me; the question, for me, at least, is how to let it become the object that it seems, in some mute way, to want to become." – Glenn Gordon
This live-edge dining room table is made from responsibly harvested Nicaraguan nanciton. The organic contours of the slab top bring the wonder of nature into the heart of the home. The table is hand-finished with Tung oil.
This conference room table measures sixteen feet in length and is made from two live-edge mahogany slabs hand-finished with Danish oil. Elias and Darío work closely with metalworkers and commissioned a local artisan to fabricate the stainless steel base.
"I always think of wood as being alive." – James Krenov
Darío and Elias design and build fine furniture at The Wood Studio with longevity and sustainability in mind. This Japanese-inspired console unit is built from responsibly harvested quarter-sawn jatoba and locally sourced ash. It has a built-in bonsai box and is hand-finished with Danish oil.
Fine furniture that is well built and properly cared for can last outdoors for generations. These daybeds with custom upholstery are a perfect place to rest as well as play. They are made from white oak and hand-finished with Tung oil.
Fine furniture made at The Wood Studio is held together on the inside with solid joinery. On the outside, the wood is finished to a silky smoothness and is inviting to the touch. This daybed will age gracefully and over the years acquire a wonderful patina.
Darío and Elias strive to design and build fine furniture that has a quiet elegance. This bed is made from responsibly harvested quarter-sawn jatoba. The tight grain pattern came to life once the wood was hand finished with Tung oil.
"If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful." – William Morris