A sideboard in Stained Ashwood designed and made as a commissioned project in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The cabinet features sliding doors, mitred corners and inset wooden handles.
The High Board was the final graduation project for my carpentry apprenticeship that won the second prize for the best design in my class.
It is a transitional piece of furniture to be used between living and dining areas in a home.
The Tea Cabinet was designed and built during my apprenticeship as a practice piece before the final exam. It is a small cabinet for enjoying a cup of tea after work or on a cozy sunday.
I was commissioned by a client in Amsterdam West to make Wardrobe Doors for already existing wardrobes.
The doors are Birch Plywood with Maple Veneer, oiled with a natural oil.
The cajón was built as part of a course on Surface treatment and finishes during my Apprenticeship. The theme I chose was Japan and the sides feature various elements rendered using different veneering and painting treatments.
A handmade wooden chess box and playing pieces made from Oak and Beech wood. The veneered playing surface of the game is made using marquetry techniques.
The board folds up to be a box to store and transport the pieces making it an ideal companion not just at home but also outside.
A light, three-paneled folding room divider with a pin board and Japanese rice paper. It is perfect for dividing open living spaces and creating privacy. The room divider can also be used as a neutral background and to avoid distractions and disturbances during video calls.
Available on commission. Please contact me if interested.
Bamboo Coat Hanger
As part of a week long bamboo workshop during my time at National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad I designed and made this Coat hanger. It later won the second runner up prize at the Pune Design Festival, 2013 under the ‘Crafts’ category..
A gallery of self-initiated and course woodwork done over the last 10 years. Some are purely handmade, others include the use of woodworking machines commonly found in a workshop.