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"I love my job as a firefighter but...when I’m building furniture I’m in complete control, and can obsess over the smallest details."

Working by day as a geophysicist where 'nothing is absolute', Dallas Gara finds woodworking ‘more tangible, with an outcome that you have a lot more control over’.

Through the medium of furniture and object design, Discovered brings together the work of 20 emerging designers from 16 countries in an exhibition that opened yesterday in London.

Only one per cent of the nation’s carpentry workforce is female, but Jessica Drady has been nominated for top honours.

Presented by the National Gallery of Victoria and Stylecraft as part of Melbourne Design Week 2022, Australian designers, architects and makers are challenged to submit a new and original designs.

These days events are like mirages that beckon in the distance, only to fade and reappear. But here’s one date to hang on to.

The scourge of rust on beautiful hand tools and machine surfaces just won't go away, but this product offers a way of removing it.

If you're a fan of Michael Fortune's designs and teachings, you may be interested in a recently published work that tells the story of his career.

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‘Woodworking Today Round Table’ is an online panel discussion with Alexsandra Pontonio, Anke Kindle, Chi Yusuf, Linda Fredheim, Makiko Ryujin and Olive Gill-Hille.

"I absolutely bit off more than I could chew, but the point was to challenge myself. My job deals with a lot of epidemic modeling, so I love math and was eager to apply it to something constructive and much less depressing than the epidemic."

Futuring Craft is conference presented by the Indian Ocean Craft Triennial (IOTA21) and will take place in Perth.

Graham Sands revisits his mid-century sideboard build, this time using teak.

For Brisbane-based furniture maker David Cummins, the Innisfree sideboard was a very personal commission inspired by his family, and relating to his own journey as a craftsperson in Australia.

Six judges from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA will judge this year's Maker of the Year awards presented by Carbatec.

Making a statement, Austin Heitzman's lighted liquor armoire is a lavishly designed piece with natural edge grafted walnut burl doors.