From a Doylestown team that studied under furniture freakniks George Nakashima and Phillip Lloyd Powell, Hoehne Clark's a homegoods-ufacturer that wood-works chunks of sustainably sourced exotic lumber to create early 20th-century-ish designs w/ jagged angles & sweeping curves which're so devastatingly awesome you have to put some in your (Roy) Hallaway.
Helping you showcase your worldly collection of The Economist, New Yorker, and Seventeen magazines, HC's got coffee tables ranging from the Intersection (two triangular hardwood frames "intersect" seamlessly as they support a thick glass tabletop), to Yellow Legs, which's sporting a tapered-edge bubinga plank supported by two yellowheart arches. Outside of tables, they've got stuff-holders like a low-slung, curly maple wood cabinet with a pullout writing desk; the tall Eubie, whose shield-shaped doors conceal two drawers/shelves; and the Egyptian, a combo unit with a floor-level drawer and two jutting shelves made entirely of Tasmanian Blackwood & Cocobolo, aka what happens when Conan spends too much time in Texas.
Because they're cool like that, HC's also adept at custom jobs, from radiator covers to a frickin' treehouse (!), which's most assuredly something the Doc would order -- dude loves climbing the ladder.