Because that compost pile looks pretty crappy on your wall, there’s Sketch to Form: an eco-amiable Miami Lakes-based shop headed by an architect-turned-woodworker who focuses on conquering the "complicated and un-buildable" en route to crafting pieces that "look like they can kick your ass in a dark alley". Check the goods:
Libra, Sr.: This massive, 350lb, 6'5" long, multi-level work station (outfitted with eco-plywood oak veneer, brass, and stainless steel), was built to pretty much act as a fortress. It anchors into a wall, doubles as a room divider, and offers plenty of places to "hang tired extremities". (Firing squad version coming soon!)
Samurai Shelf: Held together just by gravity, this sucker's basically an oak-carved claw that holds any books you're planning on hurling in the air and slicing with swords, and was made to resemble the form of a Katana after dude developed a pretty serious Seven Samurai obsession, so it goes without saying that this thing is pretty Akira Kurosaweeeeet.
X&Y Frame: This hand-whittled guy uses flathead plow bolts to lock together what look like two humongous boomerangs, in order to form an over-sized frame available in colors like Lemon, Snow, and Chlorophyll, the perfect color in which to mount your photos
Almost all of the stuff can be custom ordered as well, and he's also dropping a more cost-effective line including triple-platformed shelves coined the Reverb and Echo, in addition to a large-angled shelf dubbed the Gecko, and the Sumo conference table, at which Kirstie Alley will sit around with other people her size, figuring out how to kick your ass.