Arthouse at the Jones Center

Integrated Ipe reception desk, stairs and wall at Arthouse at the Jones Center
engineered, fabricated and installed by Buda Woodworks

Buda Woodworks fabricated the main custom staircase at Arthouse at the Jones Center, designed by Lewis Architects of New York City which received an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Honor Award.  The staircase uses Ipe (ee pay) also known as Brazilian Walnut, which is a beautiful and extremely dense and durable hardwood.

Buda Woodworks designs and builds projects to Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) standards and our engineers are Quality Certificate Program (QCP) certified.  AWI standards are a valuable quality assurance tool that ensure custom, interior architectural woodwork, one of the most highly visible aspects of many construction projects.  Buda Woodworks has completed comprehensive testing and inspection, and demonstrated the ability to fabricate, finish and install work in accordance with the quality grade criteria set forth in the Quality Standards Illustrated (QSI) book.

Buda Woodworks has experienced Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) project managers, we have received FSC ® Chain of Custody Certification and we have completed several projects to meet LEED requirements.

For more information on our LEED projects and green building information visit our Green Projects page.