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Maruta Bench | Benches & Ottomans by Big Sand Woodworking
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Maruta Bench | Benches & Ottomans by Big Sand Woodworking
Maruta Bench | Benches & Ottomans by Big Sand Woodworking
Maruta Bench | Benches & Ottomans by Big Sand Woodworking
Maruta Bench | Benches & Ottomans by Big Sand Woodworking
Maruta Bench | Benches & Ottomans by Big Sand Woodworking
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Maruta Bench | Benches & Ottomans by Big Sand Woodworking

Maruta Bench - Benches & Ottomans

Starts at $3,500

Creation: 4-6 weeks

One of a Kind item
Round timber bench with woven Danish cord seat. Built using round timbers carefully joined and fit together using Japanese joinery techniques. Available in walnut, cherry, ash and oak.
Dimensions L 48 x H 17 x D 17. Can be customized to accommodate other dimensions.

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Item Maruta Bench
As seen in Creator's Studio, Tokyo, Japan
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Wescover creator since 2022
Modern furniture inspired by Japanese traditional woodwork

Big Sand Woodworking started out in a cabin in the woods of Northern Minnesota, across the road from Big Sand Lake. It was in that small cabin that I started to develop a modest workshop after attending a lutherie school for guitar building. The guitar construction program led the way to other avenues of woodworking such as furniture making, cabinetry and carpentry, followed by a stint in art school which led to even more exploration of the craft with carving and wood turning. Eventually I found myself in NY and started to work and learn from a carpenter who exclusively does traditional Japanese woodwork. I quickly fell in love with the tools and techniques used in Japanese traditional work, and in 2019 my wife and I moved to Japan, where I am continuing to learn and explore the craft, working with a traditional carpentry company, while also producing and designing furniture and wood turnings.