Along with the articles listed below, the January 2017 issue also includes:

Wood Explorer: American elm

In This Issue

Project Gallery

Traditional joinery, live edges, Oregon hardwoods combined in sculptural work

Mark Meyer applies a natural, sculptural sensitivity to his work, which ranges from custom furniture to kitchen cabinets. Everything he does is custom, and he says the style is dictated by specific jobs. “When asked to work in styles unfamiliar to me, I research all I can find on a particular type,” he says. “For instance, to do a cabinet job with a Japanese feel to it, I poured through volumes of books on the subject, visited Asian art museums and contacted people who were knowledgeable on the subject. Before beginning work on design.”

Closets Conference & Expo News

Cabinets & Closets 2017 expands conference and awards programs

The Cabinets & Closets Conference and Expo returns to Chicagoland in 2017, running April 11-13 at the Renaissance Convention Center in suburban Schaumburg, Illinois. In addition to the Cabinets Track and the Closets Track, expanded conferences include a Lean Management track,a PureBond Fabricator Network Conference, and ACSP's closet design certification program.