Modern style staircase in new home construction in De Pere WI: Poetic geometry in steel, glass and wood. Powder room door hidden in White Rift Oak at top of staircase.
"There is great complexity in the simplicity of this style. Precise measurements, fastidious attention to details, like matching intricate wood grain patterns in doors which open unimpeded while flush against a wall, are interesting challenges I enjoy taking on."
Master Craftsman Paul Driessen
Open shelves glazed with catalyzed paint define the space as well as transmit light and air.
Space is defined by glass, steel and sculpture-like shelving
Left: Staircase with hidden door to powder room in sequence matched White Rift Oak. Right: Modern art: Long ribbons of shelving with chrome brackets creates architectural interest.
Handrail or sculpture? Simple sophistication in formed steel.
European Contemporary Millwork: Beauty in simplicity
Greater Green Bay, Wisconsin: Form follows function is the philosophy of modern design. It is defined as having clean lines with little ornamentation, open space with structural elements visible. These designs usually incorporate wood, steel, glass, and concrete or stone. Modern homes and their interior elements may be visually interpreted more as artwork or sculpture or beautiful feats of engineering.
As artisans, the craftsmen at Timber Innovations enjoy working on modern style projects which incorporate new materials and building techniques. They embrace the challenge of working out an engineering element while creating a beautifully designed piece. These interior contemporary millwork elements were part of a new European Contemporary Kitchen and Dining Room projects.