bentwood : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n wood that is steamed until it becomes pliable and then is shaped for use in making furniture
- Like Finnish Architect Alvar Aalto's bentwood armchair (circa 1929) or Norwegian Eystein Sandnes' 1959 porcelain tableware, Danish modern transcends fashion.
- Rather than send back to a Moscow bentwood chair factory all its weak and wobbly products, however, the factory was closed down entirely last week for a complete reorganization.
- He lowered the duty on bentwood furniture (from Czechoslovakia), olive oil in pack- ages (from Italy) religious and commercial organs (from Canada).
News & Articles
- Noted carver Duane Pasco publishes art-biography
For the last 50 or so years, Pasco has worked on bentwood boxes, masks, sculptures, totem poles, panels, canoes — just about any kind of Pacific Northwest Native-style art you can think of.
June 14, 2013 - North Kitsap Herald