A four-legged Amish style oak stool with eight rungs. 760 mm high with a 406 mm spread between the legs on each side. Finished with lacquer.
Entries - Furniture
A piece of furniture made predominantly from wood which combines design, comfort, appropriate strength/structure and functionality.
Mixed species fallen timber collected from Hagley Park. Seasoned, steam bent & hand shaped to construct my interpretation of a High-back Welsh stick chair. Constructed from Elm, Oak, European beech, London plane & Ash, with wedged mortice & tenons.
Walnut with turned Quilted Olive Ash legs fitted with wedged mortice and tenons. Hand shaped Elm spindles fitted top & bottom by wedged mortice & tenons. Arm and headrest steam bent. 1630mm long, 460mm seat height, 1030mm overall height.
Spindle-turned rocking chair, built from start to finish from purple heart wood. Hand-upholstered in subtle floral design to complement the rich purple wood tone. Dimensions: H1050mm W590mm D600mm.
Approx 480 x 480 x 450h, American Oak (frame), reinforced hardwood ply/felt/Epoxy resin top. The top was the inspiration for this table and was the result of experimenting with roots grown into felt, the wood frame was kept simple but elegant.
- Created from Totara fence post with steel welded legs finished with olive oil and bees wax
Height = 400mm, Length = 600mm, Width = 260mm, Weight 15.2kg-very solid.
Outdoor table, 780mm wide, 600mm high. Macrocarpa, upcycled demo kwila decking, plywood legs, centrepiece is cherry from a tree removed from the courtyard where the table will be. Plywood legs.
Approx 250 x 150, American Oak frame, Totara inserts. Finished with soap (frame) and Shellac/French polish (Totara) This lamp takes advantage of natural patterns created within some Totara trees, caused by a phenomenon known as Kaikaka.
Approx 250 x 150, Black Maire frame, Totara inserts. Finished with oil and wax (frame) and Shellac/French polish (Totara) This lamp takes advantage of natural patterns created within some Totara trees, caused by a phenomenon known as Kaikaka.