Ones to Watch: Peter Buley

The Dovetail bench in cold-rolled, powdercoated steel and reclaimed local pine. Photo by Peter Buley.

The Mortise credenza with pine doors, a rift-sawn oak frame, and milk paint. Photo by Peter Buley.

The 17 Cabinet is part of the Sawyner series featuring domestic hardwoods sources within 100 miles of New York. Features hand-cut dovetails, walnut sapwod, and tapered legs. Photo by Peter Buley.

The Hydroponic Kitchen Island uses 160 watts (or 90 watts with LEDs) to grow up to 30 plants at a time. Photo by Peter Buley.

The Hydroponic Kitchen Island uses 160 watts (or 90 watts with LEDs) to grow up to 30 plants at a time. Photo by Peter Buley.

The Scalisi desk. Photo by Peter Buley.

The Morris Arboretum treehouse in Philadelphia in cedar, oak, and cherry. Photo by Peter Buley.

Buley completed woodwork, millwork, and metalwork, for the LV Wood flagship in New York by Amy Lau Design. Photo by Peter Buley.

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