Timbur is a US based computer-aided design and fabrication firm specializing in computer-numeric-control (CNC) manufacturing. Founded in 2009 by Ezra Ardolino, Timbur is a hybrid practice that engages the contemporary divide between thinking and making. It is the mission of timbur to realize the synthesis of digital fabrication and design.
To bring contemporary production methods and technologies to the design and construction industries via our line of computer-aided fabrication services. For more information please visit our services page.
At timbur materials and the environment are a big deal. From sustainably harvested wood to formaldehyde-free plywood, compostible corn plastics and non-toxic finishes we are frenetic about sourcing and utilizing the latest innovations in sustainable material.
All timbur products are proudly designed and munufactured in the USA and carry the "made in USA" trademark. For more information on the "made in USA" trademark please visit http://www.madeintheusabrand.com/
Educated as an architect and experienced as a designer and educator Ezra has spent most of his life exploring, expressing and communicating the beauty of the everyday world. With an eye for the aesthetics of form, an enhanced sense of materiality and an extensive knowledge of the latest advances in computer-aided design and manufacturing technology Ezra provides the creative impetus and technical skill that drives Timbur.
In addition to running Timbur Ezra Ardolino is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Pratt Institute School of Architecture where he specializes in digital fabrication and computational design. In the past Ezra has had the privilege to teach at the Cornell University College of Architecture, Art and Planning and the opportunity to work at the offices of ROY, servo, su11 and Dupoux Design. Ezra earned a Master of Architecture I degree with academic distinction at Pratt Institute in 2004.