Baker + Hesseldenz Studio

Baker Hesseldenz Studio, founded by Scott Baker and Mary Ann Hesseldenz , is a modern, avant garde furniture company with deep roots. (Scott hails from a storied legacy of woodworkers.) Its line of furniture is functional yet nuanced—perhaps best exemplified by its Casper chair, a piece of bent lucite juxtaposed by a luxe, fluffy seat cushion.

Rajah Lounge Chair

Mysterious, handsome & sophisticated, this low-slung lounge chair will command attention in any room. Pictured in solid ebonized walnut and hand caned sides.

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Minaret Cocktail Table

Similarly to how the rooftop spires pierce through the clouded skyline of Marrakech, the cast bronze minarets within the cocktail table seemingly float between 3/4” lucite.

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Madam Curio Cabinet

This curio cabinet is one of the flagship pieces in the Baker Hesseldenz Studio collection of luxury artisan made furniture. Drawing inspiration from the minarets atop the mosques in Istanbul, Turkey. Madam Curio, with its delicate hand cast bronze base provides the perfect home for the display of a treasured collection of curiosities. Crafted completely by hand in Tucson Arizona using age old woodworking and casting techniques, this piece is intended to be passed down for generations.

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Maggie Cocktail Table

Named after the beloved Baker Hesseldenz Studio mascot, a 16 year old Boston Terrier named Maggie, this occasional table is a study in beautiful proportions. Constructed simply of two parts, a solid wood base carefully crafted by hand and a durable but elegant Caesarstone top. As with Maggie, this piece is accustomed to becoming the focal point of any well appointed interior. Pictured in cerused rift sawn white oak with a vanilla noir Caesarstone top. To inquire about custom sizes, and additional wood / stone configurations please contact the us.

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Casper Swivel Chair

The essence of simplicity, the Casper swivel is crafted out of a single sheet of folded lucite, promoting a quiet presence in any room.

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