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Toshiyuki Tani "Windmill" chandelier.

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Project by goriak posted 859 days ago 3327 views 35 times favorited 20 comments Add to Favorites Watch

The chandelier was designed by Toshiyuki Tani, you can find original chandelier on tokyotoshi website
This chandelier is made of pine. Thin stripes of pine was steamed in steambox, bended using simple jig you can see on last picture.

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woodshaver

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#1 posted 859 days ago

What an eye catcher! Nice work! I wonder what it would look like with a red lamp in it!

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#2 posted 859 days ago

nice love it so much

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#3 posted 859 days ago

Very unique! Looks great

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#4 posted 859 days ago

Nicely done. Very unique….........

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#5 posted 859 days ago

I like it a lot.

Good thing the light cord doesn’t allow it to rotate. It could drive you a little crazy.

Nice work.

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#6 posted 859 days ago

Very nice and unique, like it.

-- Eli Adamit, Israel

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#7 posted 859 days ago

looking good
thank´s for sharing :-)

Dennis

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#8 posted 859 days ago

This is awesome work!

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#9 posted 859 days ago

Beautiful and always nice to see wood used in new forms.

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#10 posted 859 days ago

Very cool what a creative design good build.

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#11 posted 858 days ago

Thank you all guys for positive feedback.

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#12 posted 858 days ago

WOW & DOUBLE WOW..this is awesome. Thank you so much for sharing it. I would never guess one could bend pine. (I make shaker oval boxes and have never attempted it & would never believe it could be done..)

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#13 posted 858 days ago

Goriak, this is really nice! I really like the shadow patterns this creates. Could you provide some more construction details? I would really like to know how the wood is bent using that jig you showed.

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#14 posted 857 days ago

this is really neat!

-- Terri, Rocky Mountain High Colorado!

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#15 posted 849 days ago

Mathew Nedeljko and all who is interesting in how the wood is bent using that jig
I used woodblocks to deliver pressure to joints.
This detail on picture wasn’t steamed so it has some harshness.
PUR glues are good for this project.

Thanks!

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