Showing not furniture, but the detritus of furniture building and of life in general… Before party at 7 pm, licensed, accessible, and hopefully fun. All proceeds to Wellington Water Watchers. Instagram here Fakebook here Water Watchers here
While we wait for the real pics, some continuation of the Metasequoia tree project.
The title says it all – if you need a shelf cut to length, or an extra wood piece for something, or you’re missing a hinge or hardware item – drop by. Often small fixes can be done right away, at least they’ll be looked at and then done very soon. Don’t like disappointment? Then […]
More about the Jazzland wall to come, including the installation time-lapse, and a visit from friend Dean, when we get a chance. http://www.deanpalmer.ca Here’s the preview.
The feint, in cardboard. The finished radiator surround, in maple, walnut, curly cherry and bad light. The room which was waiting for the added rad surround. Cabinetwork in maple, with walnut doors, curly cherry display drawers – tops in black granite and copper details all over.
Luckily and thankfully, a new wall is underway. And hopefully it’ll be tracked here, with a new pic taken at 2 o’clock most days. Showing the progress of a large project, and allowing my most-fantabulous clients (yes, that’s seriously said) to keep an eye on my work days. The construction for this starts with the […]
From the afor-mentioned log. Tables are finished in Livos oils. Thanks to Dylon Smith for steel work, and Dean Palmer for photos.
Coming up shortly: a pair of boardroom tables, for a university biology dept, in Metasequoia of all things. Soft, yielding, and gorgeous colour. The ‘yielding’ isn’t just poetic license, it means the wood is difficult to clamp into wider sections, the pressure of the clamps doesn’t seem to reach the glue joint as effectively as for […]
Things were strangely slow for a bit, now all’s well, and thoughts of work can keep me awake, instead of thoughts of no work. Here’s a recent piece, for a friend who does primo graphic work – the wood tray pulls out and then tilts down to accept a drawing tablet or laptop – by […]
This banquette is shown on account of the semi-exploded view, showing the number of parts often found in a simple looking piece. In this case, the banquette has a live-sawn Walnut top, wormy Maple for the carcass, and 2 drawers within, running length-wise, for table linens, etc.