The 2021-22 Federal Budget delivers a major step towards a new R&D vision for Australia’s forest industries that will create jobs in advanced timber manufacturing and wood-based renewable bioproducts. Read more
Help is sought from the general public in a research program that focuses on the native borers that are decimating alpine tree species.
Steve Der-Garabedian’s new book, Veneering Essentials explains veneering processes via a series of simple projects.
Events may gradually be coming back into our lives with the Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail set to take place in April.
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.
New furniture born from original thinking by Rolf Barfoed, Elliot Bastianon and Andrew Carvolth.
For Paul Mitchell, a commission to build a sculptural tree was an intense process of digital and CNC technology that involved long hours and developing new skills. Story by Ben Dutton.
Wood sculptor Hape Kiddle is showing of 34 new works in an exhibition titled Custodian which opens today.
Australian wood turning elder Mike Darlow has recently published another book in his woodturning series.
With a seven week lock-down and travel bans it was a year like no other, however for these students of fine woodworking 2020 was an unmitigated success.
Women makers at all stages of their career are invited to express their interest in being considered for inclusion in the exhibition Beyond Ordinary – Contemporary Women Makers.
Marrickville’s Tyla Veney is carving her own path as a bespoke furniture maker, focusing on bucking the trend and turning her passion into a career in a male-dominated trade area.