Mastering the Wood Grain
“Process is everything in my work,” says Michael Rupich, designer and founder of EndGrain Furniture, a woodworking studio based in Fairfield, New Jersey. “The thing I want most when someone is viewing one of my pieces—for the first time or the hundredth time—is for them to be awestruck.”
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- A recently released book from the Monacelli Press celebrates the connection between indoor and outdoor space in residential architecture.
- A philosophical designer based in Beyoğlu relies on handicraft, woodworking, and the universal meaning of nature.
- North Haven, a rocky island in Maine’s Penobscot Bay, is quintessentially New England. As it happens, so is this boat barn–inspired brand of rugged, regional modernism.
- Ryan Mails's passion for woodworking started before he was ten years old.
- For an architect’s family getaway in Connecticut, the kitchen is no shrinking violet.
- “The uniqueness of the horizon and the desert light encouraged everybody to try something different,” says architect Will Bruder of Phoenix, Arizona, his adopted hometown.
- A coastal home designed by Australian architect John Wardle is uniquely tuned in to its residents and to its epic surroundings.
- Art is where the heart is. This week: meditative ink line drawings, temporary tattoos for adults, a continuously reconfigured staircase installation, and so much more.