HAMILTON, Ontario - Just in time for Halloween comes the Black Arts Furniture and Sculpture Collection by Nicholas Hamilton Holmes. Holmes, whose woodworking studio is based in Hamilton, introduced the collection earlier this year at the Interior Design Show in Toronto and soon after at the Architectural Design Show in New York. He was rewarded for his design innovation and craftsmanship by being named one of the “best pieces” exhibited at the AD show.
Vermont Woodshop has found a good business in a corporate gift line which includes jigsawn cherry wood puzzles and business cards. His work also features nuanced CNC technology, custom routing, and hand-drawn and painted custom designs.
Philadelphia prisoners hand-built a walnut chair as a gift, while a team of Maryland craftsmen at Carriage Hill Cabinet & Millwork Co. produced a 14-piece liturgical furnishings contract for Pope Francis U.S. visit. St. Joseph's Carpentry of Poolesville, MD won the contract to produce an altar, chairs, and lectern from a winning design by Catholic University's School of Architecture & Planning.
Though wooden coach building was supposed to go the way of the buggy whip, J. Wilson Stage Coaches has a healthy business building hickory buckboards, Roman chariots, stagecoaches, with clientele that includes Wells Fargo Bank and director Quentin Tarantino.
Profile of a passionate woodworker, Gary Rogowski, who owns Portland's Northwest Woodworking Studio. "My tools have a life expectancy of 50 to 100 years," Rogowski says.
Etsy, the online market popular for selling custom woodwork and other goods, filed for a public stock offering U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to a proposed initial public offering of its common stock
Etsy, Inc., the online and offline marketplace for selling custom woodwork and other goods, filed a registration with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to a proposed initial public offering of its common stock
English architect Norman Foster, the man behind the millennium bridge, has commissioned the construction of a pencil sharpener by Japanese designer Norie Matsumoto for 'The Wish List'.
In December of 2010, the Provo Tabernacle succumbed to a fire, leaving only a masonry shell. Over the past two years the site has been under construction where the construction team excavated 40 feet below the Temple to build two levels beneath the surface, a mammoth undertaking.