Bringing art and craft together in a way like no other.
When you commission a piece of Mokuzai Furniture, what you receive is not just a beautiful table, or bench or cabinet. What you are ordering is not just furniture. It is not just a collection of legs and tops, sides and seats.
Each piece of Mokuzai Furniture is a finely detailed work of functional art.
If you look closely, you will find a carefully planned canvas. With the unique grain patterns of the wood, an artistic composition is created. When designing a piece, how the story of the growing tree is going to artfully dance across the canvas of each table, bench or cabinet is our careful focus.
With our hand-cut joinery techniques, clever construction and fine finishes, alongside our experienced knowledge of lasting connections and the inherent qualities of the natural materials with which we work, we create heirloom quality fine furniture that will be treasured for generations to come.
We are furniture makers, and we are artists.
In an artist, there is something more than just good technique and learned skill. In an artist there is a heart and voice that finds expression through tangible materials. There is a keen eye of understanding, of seeing all that can be and the way to make that happen.
So when you receive a piece of Mokuzai Furniture, know that it's not just furniture. It is a one of a kind, thoughtfully composed, handmade expression of artistic beauty and talent that will serve your home and family in the function of everyday, and serve the soul, in connecting the beauty of nature with life.
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"When you do the common things of life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world." -George Washington Carver
"There are two things that make a room timeless, a sense of history and a piece of the future." Charlotte Moss
"In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous." -Aristotle