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A few years ago I had an old steel chair that I used as my main studio seat. I drank coffee in the chair and made drawings and plans in that chair, I had profound conversations in that chair. That chair worked for me. As a furniture maker it seemed like I could not really improve on the ergonomics of that steel chair but I could make it mine by faithfully replicating it in wood and by adding a few bits of distinct character. I have now lived with my new version for about two years and like anything that is lived with I have become intimately familiar with it. I would love the opportunity to create a second and possibly third iteration of my studio chair and see it shared with others. The opportunity to add refinements to my original and streamline its design for production is very interesting to me and would result in an exquisite object. The chair is solid wood with joinery which is mostly visible. I made the original with a table saw, chisels and a sander. The current version of the chair relies on simple geometry for its strength and is gossamer light. I will include images of the chair for reference. I have also included a few images of past work for context.