Furniture and Cabinetmaking 292

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In issue 292 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making. Projects include a Gimson-style jewellery box; a guide to carving elaborate capitals; a bedside table made of apparently floating elements; a marquetry chest of drawers; turned chair legs; a bed with Japanese-style joints; how to make twisted dovetails; and the assembly of a Roubo-inspired workbench.
In Features, we look at Touchstone, the latest sculpture by wood artist Nuge; Christopher Burley tells us about his London Plane Project and how he made a vanity table from this very special timber; Brendan Devitt-Spooner describes his appreciation of live edge timber; we showcase the winning work from Toca Madera, the Spanish sustainable design competition; Terry Porter explains everything you need to know about figure in wood; discover how stepping out of your comfort zone can benefit your furniture making; find out what your logo says about you and your business; ErgoKiwi tell us how they’re reinventing the pen knife; we look at Edward Johnson’s Radiant Desk; and we have the top-selling furniture lots from Bonhams’ Asian Decorative Art auction.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers John Malecki, Fernanda Nunez, Richard Haining and Steven Bennett.
All this and more in issue 292 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!

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In issue 292 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making. Projects include a Gimson-style jewellery box; a guide to carving elaborate capitals; a bedside table made of apparently floating elements; a marquetry chest of drawers; turned chair legs; a bed with Japanese-style joints; how to make twisted dovetails; and the assembly of a Roubo-inspired workbench.

In Features, we look at Touchstone, the latest sculpture by wood artist Nuge; Christopher Burley tells us about his London Plane Project and how he made a vanity table from this very special timber; Brendan Devitt-Spooner describes his appreciation of live edge timber; we showcase the winning work from Toca Madera, the Spanish sustainable design competition; Terry Porter explains everything you need to know about figure in wood; discover how stepping out of your comfort zone can benefit your furniture making; find out what your logo says about you and your business; ErgoKiwi tell us how they’re reinventing the pen knife; we look at Edward Johnson’s Radiant Desk; and we have the top-selling furniture lots from Bonhams’ Asian Decorative Art auction.

We also have profiles of talented designer-makers John Malecki, Fernanda Nunez, Richard Haining and Steven Bennett.

All this and more in issue 292 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!