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Woodworker: Andrew RumplerRumpler used reclaimed mahogany pallets for the frame and gridwork of this desk, and he created the bold graphic pattern of the top with epoxy resin. His design inspiration came from the paintings of Piet Mondrian. Borrowing the painter’s playful yet structured aesthetic seemed like a good fit for a children’s school desk. Finished with tung oil, the desk is 16-in. deep by 30-in. wide by 20-in. tall. From Fine Woodworking #222
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