Hi all and welcome to my new blog. This has been on my to do list for a while! Hopefully it will be a good way of keeping you all updated with what i'm up to as this hasn't come to pass on my website(of which it's ways i am not wise, so as such has lay dormant for the last wee while!)
I've just uploaded a shot of my latest design to be put into production. A lightweight stool that is easily disassembled(only 2 screws...!) for ease of transport and storage.
It's also featured in the latest urbis magazine along with a swag of other quality Nelson talent (Including my fine friend David Haig).
The stool continues on from the table design i came up with earlier. I couldn't find a sturdy camping table for an upcoming family trip and wanted something stylish and transportable that would also stand up to the strong Pakawau westerly. So i came up with this design made from 10 pieces of 18mm plywood and a couple of hinges.
Assembled and unassembled
Plywood has always been my material of choice and i've always been interested in either slotting or stacking it to create mass or form. This is probably out of laziness on my part as you can create a substantial piece from relatively few materials. This was also the original idea behind my Spacejunk range of shelving.
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