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It Took 80,000 Wood Dowels To Create This Magistral Cabinet

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 10/15/2014 2:49PM

Artist Sebastian Errazuriz created a sculptural cabinet with an exterior bamboo layer of 80,000 wood dowels.


Oak or Walnut Stools Stackable in Creative Arrays

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 10/15/2014 10:24AM

Designer Jaewon Cho has created the M.Stool, a modular seating system, at his J1 Studio in Los Angeles, where he produces limited edition sculptural objects that function both as furniture and decorative objects.


Rare Ancient Kauri Wood Table Comes With $100,000 Price Tag

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 10/03/2014 10:33AM

A solid wood table selling for $100,000 may seem like too much of an investment...until you consider that it is made from the oldest, workable wood in the world -- Ancient kauri.


Easy Wood Sign, DIfficult Customer

By Scott Wunder Posted: 10/03/2014 8:00AM

At the end of May, my daughter and pickiest customer Mira, turned eight and planned to have a mermaid swimming party at Grandma’s house.




Striking Bog Oak and Yew Wood Projects by Adrian Swinstead

By Bill Esler Posted: 09/30/2014 8:22AM

British woodworker Adrian Swinstead traces his move to wood crafting to a period in the 1980s. He started to work with wood, "developing a passion for the creative possibilities of the material." His specialty is ancient oaks retrieved from bogs.


Technique for Layered Plywood Art from Layered Laser-cut Panel

By Martin Tomsky Posted: 09/24/2014 9:53PM

Working with a laser cutter and CNC router, Martin Tomsky explains how he creates illustrative pieces built up from layers of stained plywood.


Curvaceous Cabinetry by Steven Holl, Architect

By Bill Esler Posted: 09/21/2014 1:37PM

A New York City boutique designed by architect Steven Holl for Paris Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle is fully integrated to its interior display casework, windows and interior millwork.


Antique Wood and Veneer Radios Get Pricey Once Restored

By Bill Esler Posted: 09/14/2014 9:49PM

Old radios looked great, and still do, because of great design, says Paul Sanders, a restoration specialist. Competition for the radio market pushed makers to do anything to set their radios apart and the simplest way to achieve this was through cabinet design.


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