Before getting to that I was most impressed with some comments made by Evan Dunstone who leads the workshop which made the stuff. He was talking about the sustainable nature of their operation:
- they use a relatively small amount of carefully selected wood;
- very little nasty glue is used (cf veneering or particle board operations);
- relatively little power is used to drive the 'human-scale' equipment they use; and
- the product lasts for many, many years - longer than the life of the purchasers.
I will start with the lounge setting.
I will conclude with a couple of images of detailed jointing in the upper part of the CD case - note the head of a Cambodian King- and the seat-leg joint on a 2-seater Werriwa.