Preparation for the big exam
Our apprentice Jonas has designed a small cabinet as a small journeyman’s piece. A good exercise for the trainees before the actual journeyman’s piece. Planned and developed at school. Later realized in the company. Processes and times can be better estimated and planned later. Excessive challenges and incorrect planning can be avoided. In addition to the regular projects in the company, the apprentices experience the additional pleasure of working on their own furniture and the joy of having this finished object placed in front of them. The excitement of the final piece is awakened – better results will be achieved.
Jonas has chosen a small locker. Made up of two drawers that are set off on a miter edge. They match the look of the corpus and continue the clear lines. Modern and appealing materials have been used – soft, deep green and light maple provide a soft contrast. Round milled grooves as a handle replacement to open the drawers – so no additional material was needed and the reduced, clean look is kept.
The design of each piece of furniture leads from the first impression to the smaller, well thought-out details. Like the mitering of the drawers in this case. Creation of a harmonious picture. We think this job has been well done and well thought through.
We are proud of our apprentice and are already looking forward to the “real” journeyman’s piece.