Webinar Download: 60 Minutes to Better Furniture Design
Furniture makers often feel perplexed when they are ready to expand their skills into the art of designing their own furniture. Where do you begin? How do you spark ideas and then transfer them into a piece of furniture?
In this webinar, with photos of both his original sketches as well as the completed furniture, Frank walks you through the process he uses daily in his own award-winning work. He'll show how an idea evolves step by step into a solid, well-balanced yet beautiful piece of furniture.
Frank unlocks the mysteries of the design process and helps you feel more confident as you build your skills in this critical step.
Just some of the furniture-design advice covered:
- Unlocking your design mind
- Getting the creative juices flowing
- Where to look for good design ideas, including the many resources from which to extract ideas
- How to start applying those ideas to your furniture design
- How to rough sketch your ideas on paper
- Multiple case studies taking you from original sketch to final piece
- 17 Bonus Minutes! 77 minutes total.
What you'll receive:
- Access a recording of the event packed with all the must-have information, so even if you can't attend the live event you won't miss a thing.
- A PDF of the presentation so you have it as a resource when you're planning furniture design.
About Frank Strazza:
Frank Strazza is an acclaimed furniture maker and an instructor at the Heritage School of Woodworking near Waco, Texas. He has been building furniture full time for over 20 years and enjoys teaching the skills he has acquired through these years.
Frank's work has earned multiple awards both at the Texas Furniture Makers Show and at the International Design in Wood Exhibition in California including Best of Show, People's Choice, First and Second Place and Best Traditional, among many others.
Frank also participated in building furniture for the permanent collection at the White House in Washington, D.C. and has hand-carved eagles for the White House. He has built custom furniture for both senators and the former President of the United States.