Brian Schmidt
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Large, poured-in-place, home counter system...CRACKS....

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At 12:29am on August 10, 2009, Brian Schmidt said…
Thanks to everyone for the support in the '09 Concrete Contest.

It'd be difficult to describe how pleased I am. This project had many different elements which demanded a great deal of attention and planning. I worked very hard on this one. It's easily the most ambitious project to ever come my way.
I was hoping when I agreed to do this, it would get some recognition. I could see the design had enough going on, that it would be a great example to help demonstrate, some of what is possible with concrete.
Hope to have some finish/showcase pics, with the cutting boards and the dramatic lighting soon.
Thanks again!
Brian Schmidt
At 11:32am on August 5, 2009, Derek Peters said…
Brian,

I like your kitchen in the contest, I hope you win. I think the client you did this for contacted me as well, but I think my price wasn't what he had in mind. I thought this was going to be a difficult job, but you seemed to pull it off. Did you cast this in place? I remember the client, Larry?, wanted cast-in-place.

If you ever want to talk shop, please let me know.

Derek
At 2:26pm on June 30, 2009, Robert Winckler said…
Interest OSB cutting board? Nice clean work and that's no B.S.!
At 5:24am on June 25, 2009, Dave McVey said…
You should enter the contest.
At 2:56pm on June 24, 2009, Tom Fischer- Fishstone,CCS said…
Brian,

Your work is outstanding!
At 4:03pm on November 26, 2008, Boom Bechkowiak said…
Your pre-cast work is beautiful.
At 11:07am on November 26, 2008, jacobkoski said…
Brian- Do you have any relatives in Colorado?
At 4:23pm on September 26, 2008, Brian Schmidt said…
wow, very cool! i have a small shop space, tailored for casting concrete, but also a wood shop. been workin mostly out of A2 with their design and build community. i'm a carpenter, ex-tool & die. What i really love though is painting, sculpture, and recently, the desire to make objects that create sound. pleased to meet you.
At 10:53am on September 26, 2008, Lost Art Studio said…
I am in Ferndale... just getting my shop up and running again after a two year stint at a "real" job. I also do custom metalwork (casting, fab, forge)
 
 
 

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