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In issue 315 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Germán Peraire makes a Krenov-style tea cabinet; Andres Carbonell builds a hard-wearing outdoor table; Michael Pekovich and Matt Kenney make a new heavy-duty bench for their shared workshop; Kevin Ley makes an oak desk for storing and displaying antique maps; Louise Biggs repairs two antique clock cases; John Bullar designs a drop-leaf table; Francesco Cremonini builds a custom desk that forms the centrepiece of a music studio; Anthony Bailey constructs a Mission-style wardrobe; and Dennis Zongker begins work on a pair of custom chairs to match a hallway table.
In Techniques, Josh Brower uses the shou sugi ban wood-burning process to make two tables; Mitch Peacock tries his hand at the swallow beak mortise and tenon joint; Richard Findley demonstrates the techniques for turning drawer and door handles; and Michael T Collins creates a traditional knuckle hinge joint.
In Features, we showcase the Wood Awards shortlist; we report on some highlights of the London Design Festival; and we learn how Clare Ng’s striking Gemini cabinet won a prestigious Bespoke Guild Mark.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Vanessa Horig; Sam Anderson and Tom Addison.
All this and more in issue 315 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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