Andrés Sussmann Tobito

Andrés Sussmann Tobito

Woodworker / Designer / Teacher based in Bogota
Andrés Sussmann Tobito
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This is a project whose concept is meritorious enough to look at, but problematic enough that we should talk about it. Deskbloks are a system of technology-embedded oak squares which end users are meant to assemble together into a desk. There are five varieties of these blocks, as seen below:

This is a project whose concept is meritorious enough to look at, but problematic enough that we should talk about it. Deskbloks are a system of technology-embedded oak squares which end users are meant to assemble together into a desk. There are five varieties of these blocks, as seen below:

Many modern desks don't have drawers—and even if they do, some people might prefer to have frequently used items sitting out on the desktop. I've written about desk organizers before, but I keep seeing more that catch my eye. The One Piece from Yuue comes in three variations, each with

Many modern desks don't have drawers—and even if they do, some people might prefer to have frequently used items sitting out on the desktop. I've written about desk organizers before, but I keep seeing more that catch my eye. The One Piece from Yuue comes in three variations, each with

Given current trends in woodworking, every single solid-wood workbench I've seen features a top consisting of boards glued face-to-face, with the side grain pointing up. (See: Jay Bates' workbench build in our Weekly Maker's Roundup.) This is believed to be a French convention, and the design relies on mass for

Given current trends in woodworking, every single solid-wood workbench I've seen features a top consisting of boards glued face-to-face, with the side grain pointing up. (See: Jay Bates' workbench build in our Weekly Maker's Roundup.) This is believed to be a French convention, and the design relies on mass for

Noncommittal about your furniture? Sick of midcentury-ish hairpin legs? Sucker for modularity? Home goods producer Swenyo and designer Ben Uyeda just launched the UX4, a tight take on modular table legs that looks pretty dang nice. The UX4 is a bracket that turns standard 2x4s into legs for

Noncommittal about your furniture? Sick of midcentury-ish hairpin legs? Sucker for modularity? Home goods producer Swenyo and designer Ben Uyeda just launched the UX4, a tight take on modular table legs that looks pretty dang nice. The UX4 is a bracket that turns standard 2x4s into legs for

'- 2' is so named for its unique construction in which there are only two legs! The limited edition seating is constructed from handcrafted

'- 2' is so named for its unique construction in which there are only two legs! The limited edition seating is constructed from handcrafted