Modern Adirondack office chairs | DIY


First off–A special thanks to my Patrons!

I was recently commissioned to design and fabricate some unique office chairs for a local architecture firm. I ended up looking to Arch bridges for some design influence and this was the result.

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Here are the tools and products I used in the build:

Shop truck:

Metal work
DEWALT DW872 Cold Saw –
Dewalt Flexvolt Angle Grinder –
Dewalt Flexvolt Angle Grinder –
Empire Abrasives flap discs & quick strip discs –
Lincoln Electric 140C Mig Welder –
Lincoln Electric 375 Air Plasma Cutter –

Wood work
DEWALT DW716 Miter Saw –
DEWALT DW734 Planer –
Dewalt 20V circular saw –
Preppin’ Weapon Sanding Block –
70s Delta Unisaw
Rockwell 14″ Bandsaw
Old Stanley Block plane

Dewalt 20V XR Brushless Drill
DEWALT 20-Volt Drill
Swanson Speed Square –
General tools digital bevel gauge –
Sharpie (12 pk) –

Wood & Metal finishing
Mineral Spirits –
Rubio Monocoat –
Sculpt Nouveau Metal wax –

1. Cullah – I’m on my way
2. Willbe- Walking all day long
3. Juanitos – Cool Reggae party



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