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Furniture and Cabinetmaking – Issue 303
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In issue 303 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Israel Martin makes a Nakashima-inspired stool using oak and hemp cord; Thomas Eddolls makes a bespoke desk for a home office; Michael T Collins adds a mortise stop to his workbench; Anthony Bailey repairs a 19th-century veneered dressing table mirror; Oz Hassan makes a console table from rough elm timber; John Greene uses the Dowelmax jig to construct a modern version of a coffer; Louise Biggs fulfils a commission for a drinks and media cabinet in walnut; and Paulo Caputo describes how he made a curved ash lamp.
In Techniques, Mark Whitley explains how he creates his free form bent laminations; Mitch Peacock prepares a Juji mechiire mortise and tenon joint; Richard Findley demonstrates batch turning for laminated oak legs; Steve Bisco turns and carves a scallop shell doorknob in sapele mahogany; Alan Holtham makes inlay bandings; and Constance Graesslin de Mare explains how she achieved a tricky double tenon joint.
In Features, we showcase the winners of the Young Furniture Makers awards and we also celebrate the prize-winning designers at the Wood Awards. Plus, we consider how to meet expectations for customer service; and we take a look at the latest collection from Ishinomaki Laboratory and SCP.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Mark Whitley; Mark Peacock; Ryan Cheney; Constance Graesslin de Mare; and Germán Peraire.
All this and more in issue 303 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!