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Mahogany and Amboyna Burl desk

Mahogany and Amboyna Burl desk

Curly Maple Chair

Curly Maple Chair

Raising Cane

Raising Cane

Allan Wexler

Allan Wexler

Interview With Forest Dickey

Emily Pilloton

Emily Pilloton

Craig Nutt

Craig Nutt

Acacia

Acacia

Asymmetrical Coffee Table: A light and minimal coffee table, the design was driven by the desire to work in harmony with the unique character of the wood. The Bookmatched top displays the striking spalting and color gradations, and the forked shape was informed by the natural crotch of the tree. The long rails of the base are laminated to follow the outside curves of the top and skew the legs out to compliment the fanned end. The curves of the legs work in accord with the woods grain. Texas Cedar Elm, Liberon Oil Finish.

Asymmetrical Coffee Table:  A light and minimal coffee table, the design was driven by the desire to work in harmony with the unique character of the wood. The Bookmatched top displays the striking spalting and color gradations, and the forked shape was informed by the natural crotch of the tree. The long rails of the base are laminated to follow the outside curves of the top and skew the legs out to compliment the fanned end. The curves of the legs work in accord with the woods grain.   Texas Cedar Elm, Liberon Oil Finish.

Pass through: This cabinet on stand is an attempt to create a piece of furniture that has no definitive front or back. It can be placed on a table top and be interacted with from all 4 sides. A cabinet that can be opened by two separate people seated across from one another, drawers that slide open towards opposite corners of the room. The boxes are made up of 2 layers 1/4 plywood, vertical edgebanding and shop sawn 3/32” veneers. The stand is comprised of 4 curved components that are lapped together to form a solid base, 1/2” dowels connect it to the configuration of boxes. Cherry, Maple, Osmo finish

Pass through:  This cabinet on stand is an attempt to create a piece of furniture that has no definitive front or back. It can be placed on a table top and be interacted with from all 4 sides. A cabinet that can be opened by two separate people seated across from one another, drawers that slide open towards opposite corners of the room. The boxes are made up of 2 layers 1/4 plywood, vertical edgebanding and shop sawn 3/32” veneers. The stand is comprised of 4 curved components that are lapped together to form a solid base, 1/2” dowels connect it to the configuration of boxes. Cherry, Maple, Osmo finish