This video shows how, with curved tops that slide apart and hold tools within, this is a complex and clever design. Entered in AWR Student Awards 2018.

The 2019 Sunshine Coast Wootha Prize has added a new, exciting category. Tiny Treasures will acknowledge work that is small in scale but big on design and craftsmanship.

The latest in a Shoji and Kumiko Design series covers diamond kumiko patterns, including the "mind-blowing" four-way joint.

An entrant for Wood Review's Student Awards 2018, Owain Pierce didn't take the easy way out when he add all kinds of curves and features to the desk he designed and made.

This Student Awards 2018 entrant really thought outside the box by designing a whole new joinery system for furniture...

On the back of this year's success, WMF will be "grandly held again" next year to showcase a wide array of stage-of-the-art equipment and technologies...and it does look big.

Based in Vietnam, PGT-Reclaimed employs 700 people and distributes all over the world. It is owned by an Australian, Ian Burden who has lived abroad for 25 years.

The Blackall Range Woodcrafters Guild’s annual Santa Shop was held at St Mary’s Hall, Montville Green last weekend.

With 40% off, I Wood Like machinery can now be what You Would Like...

DOMOTEX puts wood in all its glory as a natural material on centre stage at DOMOTEX 2019, the leading trade fair for floor coverings, which runs from 11 to 14 January in Hannover, Germany.

It's finally here. The next generation of this tool promises even more visibility and versatility. Pre-ordering is available now.

Another great Student Awards entry, this slimline unit was designed to match the maker's contemporary styled home.

We're getting some great entries for Wood Review's Student Awards! In this video we can see what a challenging project the making of this unit was.

Now in its eleventh year, the Design Tasmania Award focuses on design excellence, innovation, and craftsmanship.

Traditional and modern techniques were used to build a strong and durable desk for another recent entry in Wood Review's Student Awards.