Geometric Wood Dresser
After admiring a case piece like this made by Phil Lowe at the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts, Keenan looked for further design inspiration at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. When he found a piece he was drawn to, he kept it in mind but didn’t copy it. “The geometric pattern of the moldings on the drawer fronts are where the inspiration especially shows up. That and the split turnings and corbels.”
WALNUT, PINE, AND MAPLE, 163⁄4D X 323⁄8W X 30H
– Arthur Keenan from Saugus, Mass.
From Fine Woodworking #274