Author Topic: White oak side table completion  (Read 128 times)

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Offline mcooley

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White oak side table completion
« on: February 24, 2020, 06:08 PM »
Got a new piece up on the website. It is a side table made of solid white oak. Part functional and part sculptural. The rear leg is attached by way of a bentwood joint which allows some minimal degree of movement. The other bentwood piece locks it in without restricting the movement too much. I wanted to have the rear leg be able to adjust slightly as it makes contact with the ground. Instead of securing the wings of the top to the rear leg it now is cradled. All of this is meant to be a design object so these elements belong as much to its aesthetic as its actual use and function. Some of the build process can be seen on the instagram link below.

https://prideandarchive.spacecrafted.com/

https://www.instagram.com/prideandarchive/

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