The Woodworker Sessions Q & A — Bosch

The Woodworker Sessions #17 - Ten Questions with Tobias Lochner of Swellendam

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The Woodworker Sessions #17 - Ten Questions with Tobias Lochner of Swellendam

I am constantly fascinated by the historical methods of furniture construction, the unsurpassed beautiful lines of pre-industrial furniture and the tools that were used.

I love designing, building and teaching. I believe that I am a good student of the craft and the more I learn, the more I realise just how little I know! For me, it is a constant process of challenging myself. I always use traditional joinery methods, proportioning methods and hand tools wherever I can.

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The Woodworker Sessions #16 - Ten Questions with Shaun Futter of Durban

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The Woodworker Sessions #16 - Ten Questions with Shaun Futter of Durban
Shaun Futter is one of a rare breed of woodworkers. He carefully crafts unique products by hand for fly fishing enthusiasts. His attention to detail and quest for the highest of standards is self-evident in each and every piece that he creates.

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The Woodworker Sessions #15 - Ten Questions with Graeme Goode of Cape Town

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The Woodworker Sessions #15 - Ten Questions with Graeme Goode of  Cape Town

Leaving school, studying graphic design and moving into my own home, I didn’t have money for decent furniture and became despondent at what was available quality wise.

Further down the road, this led to me making a Wenge dining room table which rekindled my interest in working with my hands and my love for design. The rest is history!

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The Woodworker Sessions #14 - Ten Questions with Rudolf Zuidema of R.A. Woodcraft in Cape Town

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The Woodworker Sessions #14 - Ten Questions with Rudolf Zuidema of R.A. Woodcraft in Cape Town
Rudolf Zuidema of RA Woodcraft in Cape Town is a passionate and acutely talented cabinetmaker. His drive for quality and accuracy in his craft is is wonderfully evident throughout his workshop.

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