Min | Day Featured Projects

Min | Day Featured Projects

Jeffrey L. Day and E.B. Min pose on the Stones Table, which melds organic form with CNC precision. Together, the pieces form a rectangular table.

Min | Day Featured Projects

A rendering of the Wide Open House.

Min | Day Featured Projects

The Wide Open House is a stock plan development for Hometta.com, a website Min | Day helped found to sell affordable modern homes.

Min | Day Featured Projects

The Lake Okoboji house creates a set of blinders on a narrow lot in rural Iowa, screening close neighbors while gradually opening to lake views.

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In this penthouse overlooking downtown Omaha, Neb., CNC-cut railing and light filters suggest prairie grasses.

Min | Day Featured Projects

A blue-saturated stairwell in a downtown Omaha, Neb., penthouse heightens the experience of moving upward toward the sky.

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InfoShop, the new reception area for the Bemis Center in Omaha, Neb., provides a spontaneous place for dialogue and debate.

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The Bemis Center's reception desk--laminated hardboard with exposed edges over a plywood and steel frame--doubles as a bar surface for gallery events.

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Behind the reception desk, CNC-milled MDF wall panels were cut from a pinwheel aperiodic tiling pattern.

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Walnut-stained casework brings texture and spatial definition to a New York City loft.

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The walnut-stained casework in this New York City loft includes a toy closet, kitchen pantry, desk, and bench, in addition to a media center and closets.

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The main cube hides a deck and bench.

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On the opposite side of this reveal is the kitchen pantry, which also is the light source.

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Rising Star / Jeffrey L. Day, AIA, and E.B. Min, AIA, Min | Day

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