This dining chair is made from a eucalyptus called jarrah, and some blue paint. The back is a curved tapered lamination.
In its compact state, this table is 7' long by 4' wide. It seats eight people with room in the middle for serving dishes. It has four leaves. With all of them inserted, it is 14' feet long, and seats 16 people. The table is made of walnut. The top is thick shop-sawn veneer. The table slide system is many sidemount drawer slides and wood.
I got intrigued with pushing the chest-of-drawers form. This tall narrow chest is the result. I envisioned it in one those oddball upstairs in some old house in San Francisco. There are no straight lines in the piece. Notice the integral drawer pulls snaking down the front. The chest is made from Khaya.
This tall chest of drawers won the Peoples Award in the BAWA 2016 Exhibition in Santa Clara.
This is a display for a few wine bottles. It is bent plywood.
Three-legged seating intrigues me. You only need three legs to support you. And a three-legged chair never rocks, like a conventional four-legged chair does on a rough floor. The chair here is bubinga, and the stool is cherry.
The veneer top is three pieces of walnut crotch which are naturally V-shaped, to form the half-circle -- really nice.
Wood: Claro Walnut
Size: 36in wide, 16in deep, 34in high
Technique: solid lumber and shop-sawn veneer