Many Arts & Crafts enthusiasts consider the cube chair the stylistic peak of the Arts & Crafts movement. This version borrows heavily from a chair made by the L. & J.G. Stickley company, but the narrow spindles are characteristic of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's designs. Traditional quartersawn white oak and solid construction techniques make it true to Arts & Crafts principles. Though the chair isn't complicated, there are a lot of repetitive steps in milling the many mortises and tenons, so a mortiser will prove helpful.