Young, creative and challenge-hungry Cole Ferreira of Cutshop Mt Wellington recently completed a bamboo plywood table project that has exceeded his own expectations both visually and practically. Cole was excited to have creative control and flexibility with this project, using some of the key skills he had learned on other jobs during his Cutshop apprenticeship to complete it to the highest possible standard. Take a look for yourself at this sturdy yet eye-catching design, ready to host your family, friends or colleagues at any time of day.
A recent project that demonstrates this exceptional outcome is the fit-out at ‘The Face Place’ - a world-class Medispa with a distinctively classy look and feel. One of the neatest and most ‘stand-out’ parts of the project was the reception area. The slick, unique and stylish vibe of the business would come through as curved desks and bench surfaces would add a real sense of dynamism that regular work spaces lack.
Cutshop prides itself on helping Kiwis ignite their ingenuity and bring projects to life that will serve the nation. That’s exactly what we did when we worked with George Campbell from NZ Auto Traps. This project was a distinctively kiwi-esque project to undertake - building pest traps.
David Little is a man on a mission to own the best possible sound system within his budget, a sound system capable of reproducing an extremely diverse collection of music while staying true to the original recorded sound. Having acquired a complete set of the speaker drivers and cross overs, David set out to build his own speaker boxes to house them.
Introducing Mike Petry. Mike spends his days getting hands-on programming multiple projects at Cutshop Waikato. He enjoys the creativity and craft involved in his work and finds reward in ensuring customers’ visions are brought to life. Here, Mike collaborates with a DIYer to build a custom walk-in wardrobe.
Howick-based couple Neil and Linda Forrester live in a practically 100% Cutshop home - as far as interior surfaces and storage go.