Asymmetrical Love Seat
Playing with a traditional Windsor design, Townley hoped the blend of symmetry and asymmetry in this love seat would suggest new ways for people to sit together. “It’s intended as an invitation to sit together with arms wrapped around each other,” she said. She employed both hand-cut mortise-and-tenons and bent lamination in the bench.
CHERRY, 17D X 42W X 34H
– Claire Townley,Austin, Texas
From Fine Woodworking #282
Last fall, the 20th annual Texas Furniture Makers Show featured 55 pieces by 48 of the finest furniture makers in Texas. This is one of the pieces that caught our attention. For more on the show, visit kacckerrville.com.