Introducing C.C. Boyce, a woodworker and designer currently crafting out of her studio in the Fashion District of DTLA.
Boyce’s work artfully combines beauty and sophistication with functionality and versatility. Not only is this craftswoman beyond talented, she screams connection!
Read on to hear about her latest creations, her love for public art, and the reason she prefers cycling over driving—and her juicy last meal desires!
MOST KNOWN FOR: Wood furniture and home goods, Boyce Studio
HOW DO YOU TAKE YOUR COFFEE? BREW METHOD?
I am a tea person! Hot with a dash of cream, or plain over ice.
NAME SOMETHING YOU LOVE.
I love cycling around Los Angeles. Cycling to my studio gives me energy for the day and experiencing LA from a different angle inspires me.
Bonus: Less parking tickets.
WHAT IS KEY TO YOUR PROCESS?
I mostly think about who is going to use what I make and how they are going to use it. I strive to make the things we use everyday beautiful as well as functional. I make prototypes and use them myself to suss out potential issues and then make changes.
WHAT IS YOUR DREAM PROJECT?
I have just started to make assemblages with my wood scraps. I would love to someday do a huge wood installation in a public building. I love public art and would love to contribute in some way.
WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE?
I love LA, and I really love where I live in the Arts District, but would not mind living in Europe for a while. Lisbon seems to be the cool place to be right now, and the weather is just like LA. So maybe that could be a great place to retire.
ON YOUR DEATHBED, LAST MEAL IN LA?
Is this like, a fantasy question? If so, then Tom Hardy spoon feeding me Bestia’s Veal Tartare Crostino and White Negronis.