Thursday 17 April 2014
In Furniture and Cabinetmaking issue 218, we have lots for you to enjoy. In our 'Projects & Techniques' section Rob Stoakley makes a 'Double Square' cabinet; Dennis Zongker talks about stack moulding and Michael Huntley restores an 18th-century oak tilt top table. We also have a leading expert telling us more about white japanning - a 17th & 18th century European lacquer technique - and Canadian woodworker Charles Mak shows you how to overcome the challenges of a Roubo bookstand in the traditional way.
Our 'Design & Inspiration' section has a profile on Texan-based furniture maker Clark Kellogg; we look at the making of a reception desk for a Mayfair office; spend 20 Minutes with Nueve Design Studio and Michael Huntley tells us more about a fantastic piece by Donald Judd, which has just gone under the hammer at Sotheby's.
As well as all this, as also has your favourite pages, including an introduction to the issue from Editor Derek Jones; news & events and letters from readers; Editor's choice; workshop library and we go behind the scenes at the recent Triton Woodworker of the Year awards presentation.
All this and more in Furniture & Cabinetmaking 218!
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