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Here's the dining booth/fold down bed/storage area. You can see that I tried to tie it together. The bench frame screws three of the four walls together. I was happy with the way the corner joints turned out

Here's the dining booth/fold down bed/storage area. You can see that I tried to tie it together. The bench frame screws three of the four walls together. I was happy with the way the corner joints turned out--jointing

I decided to take out some rough pieces of wood to start practising some basic cuts that I have learnt. I called this project ‘Corners’. It was always my intention to make a frame or a box with various types of joints as a 3D textbook for myself and for future references. Please correct me if my terminologies are wrong, but I believe these are the dovetail joint, lap joint, through-dowel joint, and open through mortise and tenon joint (Bridle joint).

I decided to take out some rough pieces of wood to start practising some basic cuts that I have learnt. I called this project ‘Corners’. It was always my intention to make a frame or a box with.

The table draws its inspiration from the work of Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and from traditional Asian joinery. The structure is designed on the basis of joinery techniques, which make it possible to put it together and take it apart without the use of screws, nails, dowels or glue. The table is designed to highlight the subtle beauty of the joints used in ancient joinery. design: Ania Wolowska

This is called the Ban Table. The table's eight pieces are carved by master woodworkers from Bacalar, Quintana Roo, in Mexico—the design is based on traditional joinery techniques found all over the world. Design by Shiguru Ban