With AWR Student Awards we acknowledge the achievements of teachers as well as students. Wood Review Editor Linda Nathan spoke with Jayden Taccori, two of whose students won awards last year. Read more
Alice Springs based designer Elliat Rich is winner of this biennial $20,000 award for furniture design.
Studio Woodworkers Australia is a national organisation that supports and promotes professional woodworkers. Via the website, clients can commission work from a directory of accredited makers.
These awards are open to emerging professional woodworkers who live anywhere in the world.
We interviewed Fred Kimel, founder and director of Handkrafted and asked him about buying trends for furniture, and how makers can better present themselves to potential clients.
A huge investigative project by five students of the Architectural Association School of Architecture tests the limits of timber under tension.
Australian designer Nigel Goodwin wins top award at European furniture school.
This video describes how three artists across three continents collaborated to make a piece that combined stylistic elements in a unique way.
This video shows the work processes of a fourth generation family of French toolmakers.
A short and fascinating film that takes you within the ever-changing figure and colour of wood.
This year's Peninsula Woodturning Competition 2017 featured a large and wide range of works created by over 200 members.
Featuring Tasmanian timbers in building construction and design is the aim of the Tasmanian Wood Encouragement Policy released on June 7, 2017.
Music and visuals combine to portray 300 hours of artisanal skill in three minutes.
Wood Review's annual competition for secondary students is generously sponsored by suppliers to the woodworking industry.
Register for our Sydney half day conference event by July 16 and go in the draw for a basket of 3M goodies worth over $500.