In issue 308 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Israel Martin makes a chest of drawers with veneered drawer fronts; Thomas Eddolls fulfils a commission for a bespoke jewellery box; Germán Peraire creates a mid-century inspired wall mirror; Jim Bennett builds a larder cupboard; Andrew Potocnik completes a fellow turner’s work to preserve a pedestal table; Francesco Cremonini completes his chair project; Kevin Ley makes a linen box; Michael Huntley restores a 19th-century card table; Mitch Peacock uses 16th-century techniques to make a frame and panel box; and Oli Renison makes a birch plywood desk for a home-working client.
In Techniques, Steve Bisco shows how to carve a Chippendale bracket; Mitch Peacock demonstrates draw boring joints; and Nathan Day shares his super-strong Araluen table leg joint.
In Features, we have details of next year’s Artichoke New Designers And Makers Conference; we showcase work by furniture students at the Boat Building Academy; we reveal the Wood Awards shortlist; and we visit The Carpenter’s Line exhibition at Japan House, London.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Ian Parker; Alex Reynaud; Rob Prentice; and Brendan Worsley.
All this and more in issue 308 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!