"The first run of height charts is hot off the CNC. We’re turning scrap material into something special for the kids of Hufft Projects."
Hufft Projects designed and fabricated these assistive mobility school chairs for students at the Children's Center for the Visually Impaired in Kansas City. These CNC routed Baltic birch chairs come in two different sizes and feature custom upholstered leg dividers.
"Light filters through two half-scale façade mockups for the Artery Residence. It’s a beautiful day on the back porch at Hufft Projects."
Hufft Projects carved away a second level in this home for the kids' bedrooms, a bathroom and a shared playroom. The new dormer was designed to be a modern form quietly placed in a traditional neighborhood.
"The new table for the Showhouse playroom is looking quite stately. That's Baltic birch ply with a marker board surface."
Make It Right Foundation is partnering with the Sioux and Assiniboine tribes to build sustainable homes on their Fort Peck, Montana reservation. Hufft Projects' Digital Studio fabricated this site model on their 3D printer and CNC router to help them visualize the master plan.