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Durable, dark tables for the bistro. Historic accents from original Sarasota High School heart pine we reclaimed on-site. 

SARASOTA ART MUSEUM  
VISION:

OUTCOME: Matching walnut paneling, tables, and waterfall benches. Paneling, shelves, and frame made from heart pine from the old high school wall studs and lath.

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NAUTILUS HOMES
VISION: 

Mid-century architect blueprints table for luxury homebuilder's office update.

OUTCOME: Statement walnut drafting table with bird's eye maple accents and a tilting top feature for easy standing use.

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RINGLING COLLEGE OF ART + DESIGN
VISION: 

 

A focal acknowledgement of donors to the new Richard & Barbara Basch Visual Arts Center and a multi-functional furniture piece for the new digital sound studio.

OUTCOME:  Persimmon and wenge tongue-and-groove wall art and a coffee table/bench hybrid spanning the stair.
 

"I love working with Tremblay Wood Art - quality craftsmanship is always delivered, but their collaborative spirit
and attention to detail is what makes their work so special!"

-Lauren Hanson, Assistant Director of Facilities & Capital Construction

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TLC Engineering solutions
VISION: 
 

Representational art, consistently branded but unique to each office location. 

OUTCOME:  Backlit wood signs with interactive elements and custom backgrounds from each office's own project blueprints.

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FROM TOP LEFT: Coco office, Jacksonville office, Orlando headquarters, Tampa office.







NOT PICTURED: Deerfield, Miami, Atlanta offices.

Ridley's porch - ritz carlton
VISION: 
 

Easy-to-store, beach-inspired banquet tables.

OUTCOME:  Lightweight tables with removable wedge tenons and a durable finish.

"Working with Ryan Tremblay was nothing short of seamless.  We needed a large oversized table that would be sturdy enough to handle large groups but would be easily taken apart to move for large groups.  Ryan was able to not only make us the perfect piece of furniture but tied the piece in with the local environment making it a talking point for our guest and groups...  Ryan is truly a master of his craft."

-Mike Bell, EAM Director of Food & Beverage

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private RESIDENCE
VISION: 
 

Use a tree cut down on-site for furniture for the new home.

OUTCOME:  Live oak doors with custom blacksmith hardware, wine pantry with reclaimed wood and brick, dining table uniquely shaped to the room, mantle, shelves.

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