Shaun Fleming's untitled cabinet was stunning - and featured found and salvaged Koa and Camphor. The bookmatched doors, with live edges added a lovely organic quality to this piece.
As she noted - the natural edges of the base remind us of the rustic beginnings of lumber, which was left in it's slabbed state.
This piece truly embraced the concept of dwindling wood supplies in Hawaii, savoring small solid wood components and highlighting their beauty. Look at the grain in that front stretcher!
Peter Naramore's Monkeypod and Toon Bench utilized wood from a tree-trimmer's hoard, and his own stash of locally foraged lumber.
The seat hinged up for storage within, and the contents of the stored area are visible through the branches craved into the sides. An amazing piece!