Last fall our furniture studio in Carbondale, Colorado burnt down. The cause is still unknown; the 100+ year old building housed over $100,000 in equipment and handmade furniture. My hope is that from the ashes of this tragedy a new opportunity will arise. I’ve been a furniture maker for over fifteen years now, and my desire is to bring the same quality and aesthetics of my custom, hand-made furniture to a line of products in order to make my pieces more affordable. I plan to shift our operations to producing a line of products in addition to making custom furniture …More— »
Vida Simples of Brazil has published an article featuring our designer table. We are always happy to see our work reach new audiences. If click on the link below to read the article (that is if you can read Portuguese).
Friday the 13th, SAW gallery in Carbondale will hold a art auction to help build a new furniture studio for David Rasmussen Design. Come out and bid on some of the wonderful art pieces provided by the community of the Roaring Fork Valley.
Core 77 has written an article with praise and critique of our work. Click on the picture to read the article
In a recent article by Treehugger, an online blog for eco-concious consumers, David Rasmussen Design’s furniture was branded as eco-freindly. We always try to use ecologically responsible materials in our line of furniture so we were pleased to see that the environmental cultural has recognized our efforts. Click on the picture below to read the full article.
About a month ago I signed onto a upholstery class at Anderson Art Ranch Center taught by Alphonse Mattia and Annie Evelyn. Two world class teachers and designers that have taught at RISD amongst other places. The class was a mixed bag of students from professional upholsters to mixed media sculptors to furniture-makers like myself. We had a blast. The range of projects that each person worked varied as much as the make up of the class. I chose to take a rather un-inspired wingback chair and breath some new life into it. Here are the before and …More— »
Aspen Soujourner has featured my work in this stunning spread.