Newly completed works, ongoing projects, personal musings, and random things we find beautiful.

Stop by regularly to see what we're up to. We'll try to make it worth your while.
  • 07.20.16

    White Oak coffee table bases awaiting their Carrara Marble tops; eager to find their new home at Whitehouse Post Chicago.

  • 07.20.16

    Jigged, tacked, welded and blackened - New steel table bases for the Eastman Egg Company are ready for their maple tops, then bound for 500 West Madison!

  • 03.15.16

    A private modern spa carved out of a historic Public Bath House in Wicker Park. Designed by Searl Lamaster Howe, the master bath is expanded to a multi-level suite where separation of functions are only loosely implied.

  • 03.09.16
    Where it happens

    The latest Hannah's Bretzel is open for business at the corner of Franklin and Monroe. Stop by for a delicious..... everything.

  • 12.08.15

    Hatch teamed up with Pink Sparrow of Brooklyn, N.Y. to help realize Design with Company's vision for the AirBnB exterior event space at Design Miami.

  • 11.08.15

    We recently delivered a new table for 10 (or 16 if you're family!). Click here for more info

  • 09.13.15

    On Thursday September 10th, the DePaul Art Museum opened its doors for its largest one man show ever. Occupying the majority of the 2 story gallery, Matt Siber's, Idol Structures exhibition is anchored by a 14' tall scaled reproduction of a sign structure from an Los Angeles strip mall.

  • 07.23.15

    Wicker Park Banquette just added to Residential portfolio.
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  • 07.16.15

    Today we completed the tallest structure we have ever fabricated.... A 14(+)' tall birch replica of a forgotten sign structure, commissioned by Matt Siber. The piece will be the focal point of the upcoming exhibit 'Idol Structures' at the DePaul Art Museum.

  • 07.15.15
    Main Gallery Space

    Saturday, July 11, marked the beginning of a new chapter for the Shane Campbell Gallery. Doors (!!!?!!!) opened at their new home at 2021 South Wabash Avenue. Swing by and see the work and (works in progress?) by Tony Lewis.