Douglas Campbell credits a Sunday afternoon in 1961 spent with his grandfather learning to use a 1948 Craftsman tablesaw as his introduction to woodworking. Since retiring from a career as an architect, he enjoys the compressed realization time of woodworking projects compared to the months or years spent on large construction projects. His basement shop in Asheville, N.C., is part of a Platinum LEEDcertified home he designed. LEED-certified buildings save money and resources while promoting renewable, clean energy.
October 28, 2015
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