Time Tension Wood by Taylor Gilbert
by Ted Savage / November 8, 2012
Adapting a Native American Indian bow-making technique, Time Tension Wood by Taylor Gilbert is a wood construction system comprising nothing but brass brackets and rings, and flax rope.




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Freshly cut poles, bent to shape and secured, cure permanently in three to five months, when the restraints can be removed.

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Just about any wood works, and there is no need for additional energy or equipment.

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The first available designer object from Gilbert is the pictured coat rack. The possibilities are quite endless.

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