Kumiko panelKumiko is a japanese woodworking technique used in sjoji (sliding doors).
I made this panel as a decorative for our living room.
In the process I've also created a web application to ease the design of kumiko.
Jewelry boxA very compact jewelry box that I made for my girlfriend. It was made as flat as possible so it could easily be used as a travel case.
The flower relief was made using my CNC machine. The decorative strip of wood is padouk.
Jewelry box (inside)The inside of the jewelry box is covered in red felt to protect the jewelry. The removable tray fits inside the box to store some extra necklaces.
The cutouts are made with my CNC machine as well. Still a lot of hand work was because the mill left burn-marks everything needed sanding.
Key holderMost key holders on the market don't look very attractive. Because I really like the design of classic keys I designed this key holder to hold the keys that we often use.
The base has magnets built in to quickly grab the keys but keep a sleak look
PLANCKS prizeThe first Physics League Across Numerous Countries for Kick-Ass Students became well known because of the visit of Stephen Hawking. The organizers of the league asked me to create a trophee that looked like the logo of PLANCKS (shown in the right corner).
The relief and text are created using my CNC machine. A nice detail are the square nails made by grinding standard nails in a diamond shape.
Wooden headphonesI made this set of wooden headphones because I wanted to have nice and warm looking color and most of the headphones on the market are plastic and black, which didn't really fit my wishes.
The wood is from on old taxus tree we used to have in our front yard. I love the warm color of taxus wood.