Furniture and Cabinetmaking
NEXT ISSUE DELAY: We would like to notify you that we had to take the difficult decision to pause the publication of Furniture & Cabinetmaking for the next few weeks. Please be reassured this is only a temporary measure due to the coronavirus situation, and we will notify you when we can resume publication and issue 293 is on the way. We are sorry for this delay. We appreciate your patience and thank you for your understanding.
Furniture & Cabinetmaking is a bi-monthly magazine, focusing exclusively on fine furniture. It reports on the latest trends and styles from around the world and shares inspirational and thoughtful content that will boost your woodworking. Alongside this cutting-edge work, there is respect for the traditions of the past and how they can be applied in the modern workshop. Leading designer-makers share their stories in engaging features, and there are projects and technical articles for professional and non-professional furniture makers alike – all with the aim of promoting excellence in furniture making.
In this month’s issue:
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!