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Black Walnut Chair

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Woodworker: Andrew Prioli
As a student in the furniture department at the Rhode Island School of Design, Prioli was given five weeks to design and build a piece of furniture that included bent lamination or steam-bending. In designing this black walnut chair, he paid close attention to seat angle and height, plus other ergonomics and proportions that make a chair comfortable. Prioli made the chair (18 in. deep by 15 in. wide by 20 in. tall) using bent lamination and finished it with spray lacquer.

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