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DoubleButter's custom design and fabrication skills means we can quickly and affordably create custom pieces in volume. We're happy to work with you through the entire process, from sketches and renderings to detailed design specifications, fabrication and installation. To talk about a contract design project, contact us at 303-246-5759 or


A custom reception counter for an educational tourism, immersion language learning and cultural exchange company. After trading a few ideas with the client we ended up with, essentially, a 14-foot version of our Armadillo coffee table, albeit with an added walnut transaction counter and considerable suspended storage underneath. Concealed beneath the powder-coated surface are additional structural steel elements. The entire Deskadillo (as we came to refer to it) discreetly bolts together into one rigid, gorgeous and rock-solid whole.


The Denver Art Museum approached us to develop a body of work for an exhibition in a gallery that was transitioning from an Yves Saint Laurent retrospective to the blockbuster show Becoming Van Gogh (yes, laughably absurd that we were the meat in that sandwich). We decided to start from scratch and develop a new line organized around central milled aluminum cluster which could be connected to various furniture bodies via stainless and powder-coated steel tubing, all terminating in prettily machined brass feet. Lovely if we do say so ourselves. And if we told you how comfortable that chair is—the CK chair, or Chairy Khalenian if you’re not into the whole brevity thing—you wouldn’t believe us. In any case it’s now part of the DAM’s permanent collection.


As you can plainly see, this is a badass cantilevered storage wall. Or at least that’s what our client called it. She had worked with us on the design of the unit—with ample storage for any reasonable person’s entire wardrobe and a small window-side writing desk—and didn’t realize it was so badass until it was installed. Made from baltic birch plywood, with soft-close undermounted drawer slides and a bomb-proof powder-coated steel tubing structure that makes the piece appear quite graceful and light despite its considerable mass.


A retail build-out for a sneaker and streetwear company. The build included flooring, a set of custom steel shelves in several different configurations—for shoes, for books and magazines and for clothing—custom walnut “lockers,” exterior signage and a new product, the Groundhog, shown below. It’s a hybrid of seating and storage/display, ideal for a shoe store or, really, pretty much anywhere.