Today, July 4, on this most American of American holidays, as the country celebrates its 246th anniversary, we celebrate and recognize the woodworking industry. An industry that is as vibrant, and as storied as any in history. An industry that embodies the American dream.
Company set's 2030 Sustainability Goals. The new goals leverage the progress and legacies of Herman Miller, Knoll, and their collective of global brands, and include reducing carbon footprint by 50%, eliminating the use of single-use plastics, and using 50% or more recycled content globally.
Do you recognize this tool?
This Japanese tool is part of the East Asian collection at the Spurlock Museum of World Cultures at the University of Illinois (www.spurlock.illinois.edu).
The 30.7 cm long (height) tool weighs 216 g, was used by east Asian laborers. and dates from 1900 to 1959. The tool can be seen from several angles by clicking here.
Despite production bottlenecks and rising construction costs, total housing starts led by strong multifamily numbers posted a solid gain in February. Demand stayed strong and existing inventory remained at low levels, according to the National Association of Home Builders.