ByAndrewCoslow - a design company that builds things

The collection was created from a desire to use antique mason jars for a kitchen shelving unit and an old Detroit milk crate for the desk.  The client wanted the kitchen unit to offer secret compartments for his children to have there own storage, but also frontal shelving to display spices, herbs, teas, coffees, etc.  The secret compartments are accessed from the side of the unit through the steel framed legs.   

The desk was inspired by scissor doors on high-end sports cars.  The suicide door's hidden hardware allow it to seem like the milk crate is a pull drawer, but rather, it is accessed from lifting the table top from the seam.   

 Both designs were made from hot rolled welded steel and provincial stained sander ply plywood.   

Units are available for purchasing and customization.