Great Woodshops: Designs of Note

A former musician brings an improvisational skill to the craft.

By Christopher Schwarz
Pages: 58-59

From the February 2012 issue #195
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Somewhere between street musician and the symphony orchestra, between an 18th-century hand woodworker and a contemporary designer, is Jeff Miller, a Chicago furniture maker, teacher and author who defi es every pigeonhole. In fact, if given the chance, he might just redesign that hole to better fit the pigeon.

SLIDESHOW: See more photos of Jeff’s shop.
CLASS: Take a class from Jeff.
TO BUY: “Chairmaking & Design,” by Jeff Miller.

From the February 2012 issue #195
Buy the issue now.