Hank Chair

Jory Brigham

Designed as a static lounge chair, the Hank Chair's sophistication lies in the details. The Hank appears in many of Jory Brigham Designs collections because of its versatility and variety of cushion options. This course will cover the upholstered cushion version. With 24 different joints, the chair is sure to be an interesting build. Jory primarily uses the Festool Domino for his joints but Marc Spagnuolo will provide supplemental content showing how to make the same joints using a router and traditional loose (slip) mortise and tenon joinery.

This project started on June 7, 2019 is current being built. Pick it up and build along!
  • 7 lessons to date
  • 114 min to date
  • $85.00

What You’ll Receive

  • Detailed cut list and plans including a PDF (Metric and Imperial) with patterns for template. A full-size template file is available as well as a CNC-friendly file.
  • Hours of detailed video instruction showing every step of the build.
  • All videos and plans are digital and will be available for download upon purchase. 

What You’ll Learn

  • Walnut grain selection
  • Using sleds for tricky cross-cuts
  • Bevels and miter cuts
  • Complex Domino joinery
  • Alternative loose tenon construction (supplemental content from Marc)
  • Clever glueup strategies
  • Power carving curves
  • Basic seat upholstery

What You’ll Need

Tools

About Your Instructor:

Jory Brigham is a California-born artist, designer and builder with a passion for creating lasting works by hand. Growing up among generations of woodworkers and craftsmen, Jory discovered his own creative voice within the family trade at an early age. Though his artistic inspiration pulls from decades throughout the twentieth century, many of Jory’s designs play with colors and textures to pair unique perspectives with classic, mid-century balance.

Jory now creates in his dream shop located in Paso Robles, California, where he pulls inspiration from the beautiful landscape that surrounds him. He loves sharing his knowledge and space while teaching workshops for woodworking and furniture design, along with running his primary furniture business. His main motivation is to show his two children the value of hard work and passion for their chosen career path, while constantly growing personally and pushing the limits as an artist.