Marquetry furniture by Kory M. Zussman

| April 27, 2011

This home library furnishing is done by Kory M. Zussman from Calabasas, California, United States. Kory Zussman started woodworking as a 13 year-old kid in seventh grade. In senior high school he participated in “Vocational Wood Shop” which was two hours a day, five days a week. After senior high school he did not engaged […]

Carved furniture by Amber Jean

| September 19, 2010

These carved furniture and door are handcrafted by Amber Jean from Livingston, Montana, US. Amber Jean first appeared in the media at age six when she took first place in a national drawing competition. While in high school, her artwork was selected to represent talented youth, and was displayed in Washington DC. Amber created a […]

Wood Carving by Hans Joachim Cantor

| September 4, 2010

These sculptures are carved by Hans Joachim Cantor ( האנס יואכים קנטור ) from Tel Aviv, Israel. Hans Joachim Cantor was born in 1964 in Germany. In 1980 he immigrated to Israel. Hans began practicing carving without any background or school early. He taught himself to sculpt through observation, perseverance and strength of will. Artist […]

Sculptural furniture by Sabiha Mujtaba

| August 27, 2010

These carved furniture pieces are made by Sabiha Mujtaba from Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Sabiha Mujtaba was born in Karachi, Pakistan but raised and educated in London, England. She moved to Atlanta in 1981 and start her company “Chrysalis Woodworks” in 1986. She has studied under several woodworking masters including Sam Maloof, James Krenov, Silas […]

Marquetry furniture by Silas Kopf

| August 23, 2010

This furniture is made by Silas Kopf from Easthampton, Massachusetts, United States. He was born in November 6, 1949, Warren, Pennsylvania. Silas Kopf graduated from Princeton University in 1972 with a degree in architecture. He has been making furniture since 1973. In 1974 to 1976 he was apprentice to Wendell Castle. In 1988, he received […]