A Los Osos furniture designer is the winner of the Spike reality competition “Framework.”
Jory Brigham, 35, beat out two other competitors to claim the title on the season finale of “Framework,” which aired Tuesday night, winning $100,000 and $20,000 worth of tools from Ace Hardware. In addition, his work will be featured at home décor store chain CB2 in Los Angeles and New York.
Brigham gathered Tuesday with friends and family members at Buffalo Pub and Grill in downtown San Luis Obispo to watch the finale.
He later expressed his delight on Twitter, writing, “Thank you Spike for putting on such a well done show. (It) was an honor to be part of (it).”
Hosted by hip hop star, actor and author Common, “Framework” featured 13 furniture designers competing in challenges over the course of 10 weeks.
During each episode, the competitors created and built custom pieces of furniture to be judged by Common, Los Angeles furniture designer Nolen Niu and Brandon Gore of Gore Design Company in Phoenix, Ariz.
In their final challenge, Brigham, Freddy Hill of Cleveland and Jason Radcliffe of Rocky River, Ohio, had to “build a custom collection that would define themselves as furniture designers and builders,” according to a news release.
Brigham created a concrete-and-wood coffee table and a wooden side table and credenza.