Working for 12 months in the renowned Edward Barnsley workshop in the UK was a career inspiring experience for WA furniture maker Nathan Day. Read more
American oak is popular but let’s not forget our homegrown timbers that offer similar colour and strength.
After giving classes in woodworking on a small PNG island, Wood Review author Richard Vaughan has maintained his involvement in an organisation that has grown to provide a wide range of community support projects.
The interior for a Bespoke Koa Wood Phantom Extended was inspired by family rocking chair made from koa.
Now in its second year, Wood Review's Maker of the Year Awards for Australian and New Zealand woodworkers are back with an even bigger prize offering, and a World entry category for international makers.
A former arborist, Duncan Young works to design furniture that encourages people to connect to the materiality of the trees around us.
A small cabin building project was the perfect opportunity to test the power and convenience factor of two Bosch cordless circular saws.