Like the corner leg T1 table design, the Y-Plan has it's legs right at the corners, allowing people to sit comfortably at each end as well as at the sides. This one was made in Spotted Gum.
American Oak Dowel Leg Table
T3 Flat Pack Table
The T3 is similiar to the T1. The main difference is that the end leg frames are bolted to the long rails, so that the table can be flat packed. The bolted joint is exceptionally stable and strong. A socket spanner is required for assembly.
Recycled Ash dowel leg low table
Refectory Table with Extension Leaf
This table was custom designed for a client in recycled Spotted Gum
This drop-leaf table is ideal for apartments and smaller rooms. A frame slides out to support the drop-leaf. At the other end we have built in a knife drawer.
T5 Refectory Table
The refectory table is a design which suits a longer table. The foot rail and extra cross rails give it a lot of extra strength. To allow room for people to sit at the ends this design needs minimum of 400mm overhang at the ends. This means the minimum practical length for the T5 table is around 2100mm, but the design looks best on lengths over 2700mm.
Folding Leaf Table
This table is made from recycled Spotted Gum, seats 8 people when it is closed and up to 14 when it is fully expanded. The table is fitted with high quality spring steel inserts to brace the fold out leaves. Hiroshi Yamaguchi, senior craftsperson at Thor's Hammer, did a great job of the tricky joinery in the sliding supports.
The Studio Thunk Table
The design of this table with it's compound angles in the base and three way join in the foot rail gave our craftspeople a chance to show their skills with some fine joinery.
In this piece we used a mix of Australian Red Hardwoods including Ironbark and North Coast Mahogany, with the larger sections coming from old hanging beams and lintels.
The Studio Thunk Table
It's a fun week in the workshop when a table base like this one is getting made.
Rustic Blackbutt Table
This design is a variation on our T1 Corner Leg Table, with extra overhang at the ends.
The Corry Table.
This design was based on the line and form of corrugated iron. Made in recycled Blackbutt with a hoop hoop leg base.
T6 Triangular Base Table in Recycled Ash
This design uses the table top as the third side of the triangle. It makes the table both light and strong.
The Nimmersaat Table
In this custom made table we have used recycled Spotted Gum, Mountain Ash, Blackbutt and Red Ironbark, joined together in free form curves to make the top. The legs are made from steel with a custom nylon foot. The table legs can be unbolted and the table flat packed for transport.
T5 Refectory Table in Recycled Blackbutt
Rough sawn timber, just lightly sanded back. Twin foot rails look good too.
T7 Dovetail Low Table in Red Ironbark
This is a traditional Japanese design. I first saw this design in a historic village in the mountains called Shirakawago. Worth a visit.