Pool chair built from Tasmanian oak. My project consists of many features such as a pull-out table for a drink, a storage compartment for pillows, towels or any other belongings and a reclinable back rest for optimal comfort.
‘Floating Bar Table’, including a finished floating chevron tabletop design, cabinetry, drawers, and space for a bar fridge and/or wine rack.
Two Identical tables that can function as one singular table as well as two individual tables.
Entrance table made out of Tasmanian Oak, while using many various joints to provide the correct structure for the table.
low line coffee table
Rotating poker and wine table
Multi functional outdoor seat out of spotted gum, bevel cedar cladding and blackbutt timber, while using many various joints.
slim side table design
The construction of this live edge coffee table was made with a hardwood (river red gum). The timber was supplied by my grandfather and will remain in the family.
Old-fashioned/ antique styled valet, which is a kind of high-end dresser.
TV Console made from locally sourced Blackbutt Timber. This project features several mitred joints and serves as a functional entertainment unit for a living space, with purposeful storage integration.
Entertainment unit. The unique features that set it apart from the other existing designs include: a secret compartment drawer within the main drawer, LEDs, and tambour doors
Hallway table utilising as many joints as possible as well as an intricate curved leg design to showcase my skills using iron bark and recycled hardwood which was used for the hips on my roof before we renovated. The project wasn’t easy to make. Majority of my time was spent thinking and designing ways to construct this hallway table efficiently. Every weekend, during school and after school I was working on my project perfecting every joint and constructing the curved legs to get the results I wanted and deserve.
Tasmanian oak blanket chest
Globe side table/wine cabinet feature piece.
A traditional style Display Cabinet constructed out of Tasmanian Blackwood and Tasmanian Oak. It features dovetailed drawers lined with a purple fabric, windowed doors and a glass shelf. It functions well in showcasing small trophies and trinkets, as well as storing stationery and other items. It is finished with a light coating of tung oil to bring out the natural grain and the inside of the drawers are coated with a water-based polyurethane for durability.