Thursday | 15 October 2020 | 4pm ADST
*Note: Australian Daylight Saving Time (ADST) applies to NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and ACT only. In Queensland, this session will commence at 3pm (AEST), and WA should clock in at 1pm (AWST). SA guests should note a 3.30pm (ACDT) start.
Victoria’s Glen Rundell is a chairmaker, designer, woodworker and artisan, and a passionate advocate for the art of handmade. In this session, Glen will outline the history of the American Windsor Chair, and share what he learned when he travelled to the US to train with two of America’s most highly regarded chairmakers. He’ll discuss the various styles of stools, armchairs and rockers, and introduce you to the carefully crafted ‘Australian Windsor Chair’. Glen’s passion for craftsmanship and quality is truly contagious – we promise you’ll be informed, inspired and leave with a greater appreciation for the art of handmade.
About Glen Rundell
Glen began his working life as a plumbing apprentice some thirty years ago, when tinsmithing was part of the trade. He transferred his skills to various hands-on careers before travelling to the US to learn the art of American Windsor Chairmaking. When he returned, Glen set his focus purely on the chairmaking craft, and has consistently taken commissions for truly bespoke, handcrafted chairs for lovers of fine furniture. Glen is also passionate about sharing the skills and craftsmanship of his and other trades, and founded the Lost Trades Fair to inspire future makers. Learn more about Glen and his chairmaking workshops here, and discover the Lost Trades Fair here.
Places are limited (with priority allocation going to KBDi Designer Members). Register TODAY and we’ll confirm your spot via email.