Today we had a photo shoot of our latest chair the Inspiration 2.0 which is built from Walnut and Zebrawood and Ebony.
Here is a picture of where the photo magic happens, with out much photography knowledge but with some common sense we have been able to pull off some nice pictures, hopefully soon we will be able to invest in some better photography lights, but for now the chairs speak for themselves.
If you want more detail pictures of this chair please visit our gallery.
We designed a more Maloof inspired design on the headrest and legs.
As you can see the legs extend past the headrest and have hand shaped contours that blend the headrest into the legs.
We still cooper the headrest to allow for a deep comfort curve and a grain direction that matches the legs, seat and ams.
Here we can see the grain matched Zebra wood back braces, we used a 1'' thick piece of zebra wood sliced it into strips 2.29mm thick, using them at the 4th lamination in the back brace.
Last picture showing the leg to rocker transition a lot of time is spent here creating a flawless joint reinforced with epoxy and a 4'' screw as well to create the flawless smooth transition from rocker to leg.