santa fe, NM, US
Small stand built as a display for a pottery studio. 36" tall, added some fun details with joinery and shaping. Tried to keep it light and airy.
My version of a traditional step tansu.
Sofa Table, 74x24x16, out of Madrone and Bird's Eye Maple. Bent laminations, double floating tenons, and a huge thank you to SketchUp for helping me with curves, geometry, and joinery.…
side table, approx 13"x12"x32" made from Peruvian Mahogany and Tzalan (related to Koa, and has great luster!) Lots of small double mortice and tenons.
Computer desk using quarter sawn cherry, and live edge Paldao (beautiful Asian hardwood). Features floating tenons and proud lap dovetails, and butterfly keys in an exisiting crack. Fun project!
Wall cabinet made from Camphor (smells like Tiger Balm!) with figured Imbuia drawers. Corners are dovetailed rabbet's with pyramidal pegs. Back panel is quarter sawn luan. Approx 24 x 12...
Walnut hall table, Claro Walnut top, pear wood drawer front. Mortice and tenon construction, some double, some through. Suspended drawer frame and panel from a recent FWW article.
Hall table, made from Swiss Pear with bubinga drawer front. Features dovetail-splined miters, and through wedged carcass tenons. Approx 32x38x13
smallish side table made of q-sawn ash and bocote (which is hard, heavy, and beautiful). Lots of fun joinery details- protruding, chamfered dovetails, pin shaped tenons, breadboard ends... Fun...
Sideboard made to complement an existing piece for client. Torsion Box contruction. Veneered with Wenge and Ebony in a home made vacuum press. 48x36x20.
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