I needed a place to sit while having lunch at the shop. Scrap Maple and Sycamore with Wenge wedges in the split tenons. 3/8" round-over on all the outer edges makes for one smooth stool.
I've been hanging onto these for a few years now making my shopmates drool, it's about time to get then flattened out and turned into something useful. They're quite large, and together well, but would also function nicely as individual pieces. I've always wanted to turn the trio into a high class picnic table like design with a Nakishima dining table base the big one, flanked by carcasses underneath the lower slabs.
Another design by Matthew Osborn that I built in our shop. Walnut with natural edge Osage Orange. Bed hardware was used so the runners and slats are removable for ease of transport.