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Bridge-Inspired Chair

comments (1) June 4th, 2013 in blogs, Reader's Gallery

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Woodworker: Yoshimitsu Motoyama

Motoyama has long admired the stylish strength of bridges. The construction of this hard-maple chair (47-1⁄4 in. deep by 28-3⁄8 in. wide by 36-1⁄4 in. tall) reflects that admiration. The curving main frames that support the chair are bentlaminated from 5⁄32-in.-thick maple strips and connected with mortise-and-tenon joinery. The finish is oil. The dyed cane seat is woven in the style of Danish furniture designer Hans Wegner.


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posted in: blogs, Reader's Gallery, chair, maple, danish


Comments (1)

upaskuma upaskuma writes: This design is my own.You can find some more information on the following page: http://www.fuusha.com/work/w_chair/easychair071.html


Posted: 7:02 am on June 6th

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