Jory Brigham began woodworking with his father, Tim Brigham, at a very early age. Many skills were passed down to him allowing Jory to hone in on his unique style without compromising the process of a true artist. Learning to build everything by hand, Jory has devised numerous avenues to fabricate one of a kind designs. Although this diversity helps Jory learn and grow as an artist, an aspect of his labor he would never compromise, some basic elements are forever present in each of his creations. Take a close look to the passion and love Jory puts in his creations, look at the details…. Really amazing!
The Parker is Jory’s most versatile creation to date. Built like an off- spring of The Torino, the custom- ization possibilities are endless. A distinctive fluted door compli- ments the simple, clean, design. Unique to The Parker are the drawer pulls, whose inspiration comes from an antique dresser spotted in a gallery in Palm Springs. Built originally as a retro, vintage console table, Jory has many modification ideas for this piece. One includes shorter legs and a funky cushion to create a perfect bench. Another incorporates a depression for a plant or flowers to rise from, adding more verve and dimension. Made to order or exactly as shown.
Jory and Aaron spend ample amounts of time searching for the perfect types and pieces of wood for their creations. Like most of their work, this design is fabricated using the natural qualities tht the hand picked boards contain. Staying true to the organic beauty of the chosen material, The Lines exemplifies their ability to showcase its strongest attributes. Using plantation
teak and ipe, Jory accentuated the abstract leg and wavelike drawer pulls, just two of the more interesting facets of this credenza.