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Mitz Takahashi’s Upcycled Wooden Designs

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by tiffy last modified Sep 15, 2011

Wooden offcuts get a second life as Montreal based woodworker Mitz Takahashi transforms them into modern, unique pieces. Reclaimed lumber like walnut, oak, mahogany and other found materials are handmade into amazing works based off of mid-century design. With the idea to blend various types of wood, Takahahi harmoniously breathes new life into each design…  Read More »




 

 

Wooden offcuts get a second life as Montreal based woodworker Mitz Takahashi transforms them into modern, unique pieces. Reclaimed lumber like walnut, oak, mahogany and other found materials are handmade into amazing works based off of mid-century design. With the idea to blend various types of wood, Takahahi harmoniously breathes new life into each design as he creates different objects from guitar amps to bookshelves packing flat his designs with a smooth finish.

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