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September 9, 2016

I finally finished my last project, this sewing chest.
It is made from american white oak and black walnut.
Finished with shellac and my own carnauba and bees wax blend.
65 x 45 x 30 cm.
 

And here it is in action!

September 9, 2016

I finally made my tool cabinet! 

I was eager to have a proper place to store my beloved tools. 

It is made from american white oak an the panels are from a nicely figured piece of mongoy (also known as owengkol). It is finished with 5 coats of shellac and my own carnauba...

September 9, 2016

I have designed and built this timber frame structure for a community near Montserrat. Many people helped and it was a nice experience, a non-stop woodworking project from 8AM till 8PM for 14 days.

September 9, 2016

Nuria commissioned a small cabinet for the entry of her home. I think her sculpture sits very nicely on top of it!

Have a look at her sculpture work at http://www.nuriatorres.es/

September 9, 2016

This knotted piece was supposed to be waste wood, but I made a small case instead. At the bottom of the hole there is a layer of mongoy veneer. 

Nice little project.

September 9, 2016

A Butsudan is a japanese buddhist altar, meant to house the Gohonzon, a calligraphy made by monks, which is object of cult. 

It is made by hand from american walnut and hard maple. A few gentle curves accent a rather sober design. 

My first attempt at fine cabinetmak...

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