Webster defines furniture as "the things, usually moveable, in a room, apartment, etc. which equip it for living..." and otherwise as "the necessary equipment of a machine, ship, trade, etc." As with any design, furniture is "the arrangement of parts, details, form, color, etc. so as to produce a complete and artistic unit." An inordinate attention to detail is key to creating the desk where you sit to write that masterpiece, the tables where you meet, the spiral stairway in your split-level room, the wardrobe and chest of drawers where you store your clothes, the day bed where you dream, the child-proof shelves where you keep you precious things, the bolt-to-the-wall bench & glove box for your entryway, and on down in size to the little bracket next to your sink for your kitchen mixing wand.
Whether it is a one ton, cold-rolled steel, meditation amplifier, or a two ounce kitchen bracket, or a virtual machine system which allows you to effectively preview your Kindle manuscript, Solo Zone has innovative solutions. Good design only requires talent, time and money. Let me know what you need: