Charles Dick’s workshop was featured in the Winter 2007 issue of Fine Woodworking, #195.
No longer working in the world of computers, Dick thinks of himself as “re-phased” rather than retired. He has already spent a great deal of his “re-phasement” building this shop, where he plans to hone his amateur woodworking skills. The shop is divided into two workspaces, a main work area of 400 sq. ft. and a 135-sq.-ft. loft in the center section that is used for storage and as a design area. Barn doors on either end of the shop allow Dick to expand his workspace outside if need be.
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