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  • 1. Austin Richards
  • 2. Small Table
    • Hand carved top.
    • Front legs purchased
    • Materials – Yellow Pine
    • Width – 16”
    • Height – 20”
    • Depth – 16”
    March 2007
  • 3. Small Table Process
    • Small Table Drawing
  • 4. Small Table Process
    • Left picture is table
    • before carving of top.
    • Below picture taken right after staining.
  • 5. Collapsing Work Table
    • Removable seamless top for fabric cutting/pattern making.
    • Collapses against a wall to save space when not in use.
    • Materials – Yellow Pine, Plywood, Hardboard
    • Width – 34”
    • Height – 40”
    • Length – 72”
    August 2007
  • 6. Antique Inspired Cabinet
    • Materials –Yellow Pine, Poplar, Refurbished hardware
    • Width – 20”
    • Height – 25”
    • Depth – 18¼”
    October 2007
  • 7. Cabinet Process
    • Antique inspired cabinet drawings
  • 8. Cabinet Process
    • Above picture is unfinished drawers.
    • Left picture is unfinished cabinet frame.
  • 9. Bookshelf
    • Materials – Steel and Yellow Pine
    • Width – 26 ½”
    • Height – 45 ¼”
    • Depth – 11 ¼”
    November 2007
  • 10. Bookshelf Process
    • Bookshelf drawing
  • 11. Bookshelf Process
    • Above picture is unfinished pine shelves.
    • Right picture is unfinished steel frame and unfinished pine shelves.
  • 12. Coffee Table
    • Was inspired by a dream.
    • The curves that you see are constructed using an armhole/hip curve fashion ruler.
    • Materials – Steel and Yellow Pine
    • Width – 51”
    • Height – 19”
    • Depth – 22½”
    November 2007
  • 13. Coffee Table Process
    • Coffee table drawing.
  • 14. Coffee Table Process
    • Left picture is of unfinished wood sections.
    • Bottom picture is of table top right after finishing and staining.
  • 15. Lamp
    • Materials- Steel base with stainless steel welds, heat colored base, glass bottle, galvanized nails, glass beads.
    • Width – 3¾”
    • Height – 16”
    • Depth – 3¾”
    Light on Light Off March 2008
  • 16. Lamp Process
    • Left picture is of adhering nails to glass bottle and installing light fixture.
    • The sides are heat colored separately to make each one unique.
    Front Right Back Left
  • 17. Metal Sculpture
    • Materials- Steel, structural bolts, galvanized and copper wire
    • Width – 22”
    • Height – 34”
    • Depth – 20”
    March 2008
  • 18. Metal Sculpture
    • Purchased by Blue Ridge Community College. Weyers Cave, Virginia
    • Displayed in Houff Library at BRCC
  • 19. End Table
    • Materials – Steel, Yellow Pine
    • Width – 20”
    • Height – 22½”
    • Depth – 20”
    April 2008
  • 20. Small Shelves
    • Materials – Steel, Poplar
    • Width – 17½”
    • Height – 12”
    • Depth – 8”
    June 2008
  • 21. Shelf
    • Materials – Steel, Salvaged Cedar
    • Top: Width – 41”
    • Depth – 9¼”
    • Thickness- ½”
    • Brackets: Width – 1¼”
    • Height – 11¾”
    • Depth – 7¼”
    July 2008
  • 22. Shelf Process
    • Left picture is of unfinished steel brackets.
    • Right picture is of laminated top made out of twelve pieces of salvaged cedar.
  • 23. Shelves
    • Material – Steel, Yellow Pine
    • Width – 17½”
    • Height – 12”
    • Depth – 8”
    July 2008
  • 24. Collapsible Bed Frame
    • Material –Yellow Pine, Steel, bolts.
    • Length – 83”
    • Height – 15½”
    • Width – 64”
    December 2008
  • 25. Bed Frame Process
    • Bed frame drawing.
  • 26. Bed Frame Process
    • Left picture is of bed frame after construction.
    • Below picture is close-up of corner connection.
  • 27. iPod Classic Dock
    • Materials – Red Oak, Yellow Pine, Steel Bolts
    • Width – 4¾”
    • Height – 2½”
    • Depth – 2½”
    January 2009
  • 28. iPod Classic Dock Process
    • iPod Classic dock drawing.
  • 29. iPod Classic Dock Process
    • Before putting the final pieces together and lacquering.
  • 30. Red Oak Cabinet
    • Materials – Red Oak, Birch laminate
    • Width – 9”
    • Height – 16½”
    • Depth – 13”
    January 2009
  • 31. Red Oak Cabinet Process
    • Oak cabinet drawing.
  • 32. Red Oak Cabinet Process
    • Left picture of finishing cabinet and shelves.
    • Bottom picture of unfinished cabinet.
  • 33. Professional work done under New Market Metal Craft ( All designs done by others unless noted )
  • 34. Blacksmith Handrails November 2007 Location : New Market, Virginia
    • My contribution was doing the field measurements, lay out, blacksmithing/design of curls, complete fabrication, and installation.
  • 35. Blacksmith Handrail Process
    • Left picture is of bending rails to the correct slope.
    • Bottom picture is of finished rail before painting.
    • Above picture is of curl right after blacksmithing and bending.
  • 36. Alliance Bernstein Staircase June 2007 Location: Washington D.C.
    • My contribution was doing lay out, fabrication, and finishing of stair stringers and platform (installation by others). Fabrication, polishing, and installation of handrails. Installation of glass panels. (stone installed by others)
    • Bottom picture is of upstairs.
  • 37. Alliance Bernstein Staircase Process
    • After installation of stair stringers and platform.
  • 38. NCLR Renovation May 2008 Location: Washington D.C.
    • My contribution was lay out and fabrication of the structural cantilever canopy. (colleting of stainless steel and sheet metal by other. And installation by others.)
  • 39. NCLR Renovation
    • My contribution was lay out, fabrication, finishing and installation of railings. (powder coating by others.)
  • 40. NCLR Renovation Process
    • Left picture is of unfinished railing on the lay out table.
    • Bottom picture is of finished railing before powder coating by others.