Jones Falls Furniture | Charles Bench

Charles Bench

Our Charles Bench is a perfect match for the Bolton Table. Like the table, we have created an ultimately simple, elegantly detailed structure that puts the beauty of American Black Walnut into relief. Charles is available in 18″ w x 66″ l x 18″ h or 12″ w x 60″ l x 18″ h, both with a 1.5″ thick seat. Other sizes of 6″ increments can be ordered, and we can custom design and fabricate any other sizes.

Charles Bench

Contact: Daniel Tillman | daniel.tillman@c3design.info

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Jones Falls Furniture | Launch Party

Jones Falls Furniture | Launch Party

 

June 28, 2012

5:30-8:30

71 West 23rd Street, 18th fl.

Hosted by the Mohawk Group with special guest LMNOP

Please RSVP by June 20th

rsvp@jonesfallsfurniture.com

The Jones Falls Furniture Story

The Jones Falls Furniture Collection was created with the goal of putting people back to work while creating beautiful, timeless furniture pieces that are reduced to their most basic elements. By consistently using a combination of highest quality hardwood and aluminum, we seek to achieve the ultimate visual simplicity while ensuring structural stability.

All of our pieces are designed to be fabricated with minimum waste. Our materials are produced or harvested within a 500-mile radius of our production shops in Maryland and Michigan.

About Jones Falls

The Jones Falls is a river that runs through Baltimore, and has played an important role in the industrial history of that city. Today, it remains an important, somewhat hidden, natural feature that is at the origins of the city’s north-south transportation routes.

One of Baltimore’s earliest highways, the Jones Falls Expressway (JFX), also known as Interstate 83, was conceived in 1943 as a collaboration between Baltimore city officials and Robert Moses, New York’s master planner. The highway’s route was extremely disruptive to Baltimore’s “organic” settlements along the Falls, dividing communities and eroding industry, all for the facilitation of automotive transit.

We hope to recover a small part of the jobs lost as well as the natural beauty and environmental health of the valley.

 

Jones Falls Furniture | Roland Sideboard

The Roland Sideboard is a very distinctive piece of furniture that becomes an instant focal point in entry halls, dining rooms and other transitional areas of the home. Roland holds treasures and other essential items in its two shallow and two wide drawers, which operate flawlessly with concealed stainless slides. The drawers are crafted with five-sided, dovetailed joinery. Roland measures 60″ l x 24″ d x 30″ h with a 1.5″ thick top made of American Black Walnut.

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Jones Falls Furniture Company

The Jones Falls Furniture Collection was created with the goal of putting people back to work while creating beautiful, timeless furniture pieces that are reduced to their most basic elements. By consistently using a combination of highest quality hardwood and aluminum, we seek to achieve the ultimate visual simplicity while ensuring structural stability.

All of our pieces are designed to be fabricated with minimum waste. Our materials are produced or harvested within a 500-mile radius of our production shops in Maryland and Michigan.

About Jones Falls

The Jones Falls is a river that runs through Baltimore, and has played an important role in the industrial history of that city. Today, it remains an important, somewhat hidden, natural feature that is at the origins of the city’s north-south transportation routes.

One of Baltimore’s earliest highways, the Jones Falls Expressway (JFX), also known as Interstate 83, was conceived in 1943 as a collaboration between Baltimore city officials and Robert Moses, New York’s master planner. The highway’s route was extremely disruptive to Baltimore’s “organic” settlements along the Falls, dividing communities and eroding industry, all for the facilitation of automotive transit. We hope to recover a small part of the jobs lost as well as the natural beauty and environmental health of the valley.

We hope to recover a part of the jobs lost as well as a part of the natural beauty and environmental health of the valley.

Bolton Table

Contact: Daniel Tillman c3design@me.com for more information