Wood Review 108
On the cover: The Business of Solid Wood. An interview with Canberra maker Rolf Barfoed touches on design styles and the economics of making solid timber furniture on a commercial scale.
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Waterfall Sideboard: Graham Sands works with grain patterns and colour to create a cabinet inspired by Danish design.
The Lockdown Cabinet: Making a piece with hidden secrets, subtle details and angled joinery became an expression of Vasko Sotirov’s coronavirus-struck life.
A Bird in the Hand: Carol Russell shows how to whittle birds and small hand held sculptures.
Small Branch Boxes: Small branch timbers can successfully be used to make natural edged containers. Story by Andrew Potocnik.
The Reading Tree: A commission to build a sculptural tree involved an intense process of digital and CNC technology. Story by Ben Dutton.
The Journey: Dedication and discipline have driven a passion to learn traditional furniture making techniques. Story by Jackson Fairlie.
When to Sharpen: The why and the when can be just as important as the how, writes Harry T. Morris.
Square by Hand: There are many ways to square an edge – Charles Mak looks at hand tool methods.
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