Thursday 16 February 2017
In issue 255 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking we have lots for you to enjoy. In our ‘Projects & Techniques’ section, James Marshall Phillips of Burke & Marshall deconstructs the Hugo drinks cabinet; Kieran Binnie puts Evenfall Studios’ wide shooting board to the test; John Lloyd looks at a 15th-century technique that revolutionised furniture making; Theo Cook demonstrates a few tricks of the trade in the making of his bog oak pencil gauge; Geoffrey Laycock tests the smallest siblings in the Lie-Nielsen family of bench planes; and Hendrik Varju tries out the new range of PMV-11 mortise chisels from Veritas.
In ‘Design & Inspiration’, Brian Greene spends a day with Canadia tool maker Konrad Sauer; Anne Briggs-Bohnett explains how to apply professional goal-setting techniques to your time in the workshop; a gallery of work from members of the Scottish Furniture Makers Association explores the theme of regeneration; we introduce the Richard Seager Annual Arts Awards; we visit the unique Wallace Collection; Under the Hammer focuses on Rococo-style furniture; and finally, we catch up with Edward Tadros, the chairman of ercol.
As well as all this, we also have ‘Leader’ from the Editor; ‘News & Events’; ‘Social Media Round-up; ‘Kit & Tools and ‘Workshop library’, where we have a number of furniture-related reads that we think you’ll enjoy.
All this and more in issue 255 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking! Pick up your copy today or why not subscribe and save up to 30%? You can also download a copy to you digital device. Click here to find out more.
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