Just added some in velvet to the other post. I know american craft and arts and crafts aren't one and the same, but arts and crafts "died" as modernism began, which is why I wrote post arts and crafts. Yeah Corbusier, Panton, Platner, Eames, etc. made things in different materials and Jacobsen, Eames etc. made stuff in plywood, which is why I wrote mostly. The Paul Evans designs came up and I wouldn't classify them as being MCM at all, as "they would really go with the rest" of the MCM stuff. When I think of one offs and custom work, I think of stuff made my carpentry shops/cabinetmakers, which means it doesn't have a designer attached to it and would require the entire shop to reach a classic status, which is unlikely, I wouldn't mind some build in stuff though. (I know Rud. Rasmussen pieces have a classic appeal, but they had a lot of famous architects design stuff for them). The base of the idea is future classics and trying to guess, which will be classics in 20 years.