American designer/architect Haldun Kececigil, has designed and built a wood TV cabinet, and has shared the behind the scenes of how he made it.
On his website, he also made the plans/instructions available to buy and download, so other people can make it themselves.
Each of the doors open to allow access to the internal storage.
Printed templates are used to create the various shapes.
Here all the pieces are being clamped together.
The pieces are then laid flat and you can see the first look of the cabinet coming together.
Another view of the front of the cabinet doors.
Here we see the remainder of the cabinet being built.
A look at the small shed that he was working in.
Here we see the clamps are holding the pieces together.
The cabinet stands on legs that have a tapered shape.
Here you can see the somewhat finished console.
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