News from the shop

No Mercy for Concrete

For the last 5 years, I’ve been traveling yearly to various states across the US to meet up with amazing artisans from all over the world. Epic, Plan B, Concrete Designs School, and the Mendo Mini Campout and Boat Build. At all these events, pieces have been made that take concrete, steel and wood to extraordinary new levels of artistic expression and design. Whether it’s concrete boats (that actually float) to designer furniture, there is always a unique project to work on, and a rewarding experience to learn from. Now rewind to a few months back – I asked a buddy that I met at Plan B if he wanted to help with a job I had coming up…Nothing extreme, just a few days installing custom flooring that I could use an extra pair of hands on. Somehow we started talking and I started getting calls from my other friends and experts in the field, people I know from other concrete events and more… Now, somehow, a week away from the actual job, more than 6 elite concrete artisans from across the Country are joining me to play around in the mud for a few days prior to when a

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Mendocino Camp

This is a great article about my last workshop down in Mendocino, CA. I love this industry and the hard work, fun conversations and good

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Find and Follow Me on Social

I’m currently on Facebook and Instagram.  Please feel free to like, follow, and share my Facebook posts. For current project feeds, follow my Instagram.

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I’ve Launched!

I’m excited to launch my new website and hope that you find it informative and interesting.  Please contact me if you’re interested in starting a

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From the Press

News Articles about my business

“Making materials from scratch when remodeling a bathroom or kitchen might seem like a daunting task for most general contractors. 

But for Daniel Watson, owner of SouthBound Designs, he believes anything is possible.

Watson started experimenting with ultra-high performance concrete nine years ago, and since then, he’s created a demand in the local business community for his craftsmanship. 

“Each project — or each piece of art, really — tells a story,” he said.”

Learn how he can put a unique touch on any project from remodeling kitchens and bathrooms to building the bar at Wandering Hop Brewery in the most recent issue of the Business Times.

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