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OneOak throne making part 2

posted on May 28, 2012

Designer-maker Robert Ingham has shared with us more photos of his work in creating the OneOak throne chair.

Machining a component of the OneOak throne chair

Robert Ingham machining a component of the OneOak throne chair

Talking about his work Robert said that it was a “Metamorphosis: the progression of an oak tree from Blenheim Palace to a quarter sawn board to the concept of a design and the incredible challenge to convert it into a functional object of beauty.”

Throne chair - some of the finished components

Throne chair by Robert Ingham- some of the finished components

Read more about Robert Ingham’s work in the OneOak project

 


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