Millwork install

The 'Quin House

This summer when the Algonquin Club, now affectionately called The ‘Quin House, swung open its doors as an “aesthetically stunning playground” for members of this Boston social club, the media fanfare shared illustrations of bold design steeped in history.

Mark Richey Woodworking had the honor of working with contractor Metric Corporation to bring architects Grassi Design Group and Ken Fulk Inc.’s vision to life. Curved banquettes, bars, built-in shelving, ornate molding, wall panels, doors, cabinets, and outdoor decking spanning six floors from the locker rooms to a dozen bars and lounges to the guest suites were made by the hardworking Mark Richey team.

Following The ‘Quin’s lead, we share the outcome in illustration form here along with an image of long, curving banquettes in progress in the factory.

For more, Google The ‘Quin and check out the many articles (our pictures link to different articles), or we particularly liked this video clip of Ken Fulk sharing the building’s layout and his design vision for the historic property: https://thequinhouse.com/about/
Furniture install

Gather round

When your team is big, or even occasionally big, it can be hard to accommodate everyone at a table. To address that need, increasingly gallery or side tables are a popular option, including for this FOX Architects design featuring tiers of tables surrounding the main, round, open center table.

Open center tables are another, longer standing trend. But what happens when you have technology in the middle, like monitors in the well in this case, or if you drop a pen or you just want to vacuum?

WallGoldfinger Furniture provides some unique access options to reach the center of open center tables. This table has hinged base panels and a hinged top section. Complicating this application is that the table also has a riser, so a removable riser section is also included. Finally, the design accommodates continuous technology around the table, namely microphones and power and data boxes.

Want to learn more about a solution like this for your space? Please reach out. 802.278.5800. sales@wallgoldfinger.com.


News

WallGoldfinger Furniture team grows

Curtis Ostler has (re)joined WallGoldfinger Furniture as director of business development.

The new position is perfect for Curtis, who has both ample development experience and industry experience. In fact, he previously worked at WallGoldfinger from 2000-2009 as a project manager, director of project management and then vice president of sales. Prior to that he owned and operated a hardwood retail sales business and architectural woodworking shop. He then went on to work in higher education and community development roles.

Curtis will work out of the factory in Newburyport, Mass., and hopes to be visiting furniture dealers, architects and clients as soon as offices open up a bit more. In the meantime, you can reach Curtis at (978) 463-7229 or costler@wallgoldfinger.com.



Awards

First place Wood Diamond Award winners!

Mark Richey Woodworking recently collected two first place 2021 Wood Diamond Awards from the Cabinet Makers Association, winning in categories for “education” and “other.” What caught the Cabinet Makers Association eye? Why these gorgeous outdoor benches and a remarkable replica of the Oval Office.

Perhaps most exciting is the awards spanned two areas of expertise for Mark Richey Woodworking: interiors and exteriors.

Awards

Doko wins Architizer A+Products Special Mention

WallGoldfinger Furniture's 2021 Doko line has earned a Special Mention in the contract furniture category of the Architizer A+Products awards. The recognition places Doko among the best new contract furniture designs for 2021. Architizer describes the recognition as "an unparalleled honor."

Could award-winning Doko tables, credenzas and waste receptacles work for your next project?