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Course: Furniture Making & Restoration
Program: One-Year Course
Period: Jan. 14, 2019 - Jul. 26, 2019
Feb. 04, 2020 | Posted in Furniture Making & Restoration, Blog , Student Reporter | Tags:Jioh Kang, Furniture Making & Restoration | Language:
Reporter: Jioh KANG | Course: Furniture Making & Restoration
Overall and detailed inspection of the bench condition.
Church bench which Renato has found and has been kept in the studio. Covered with dust and layers of paint splashes covered with wood tints. Green and white spots of paint with several chipped away edges and surface.
Using the same method as the mirror frame restoration;
Universal Entferner (Remover), allow the chemical to dissolve all the unwanted stains.
with the most fine steel wool, gently remove the excessive parts.
Once it’s carefully inspected, gently scratch away the artificial spots using the sharp scalpel/bisturi
Using the stucco method to fill in the chipped corners and dented surfaces. Let it dry over night and scratch away the excessives with a chisel.
There is a chipped surface big as 4-5cm in the middle of the bench. First, use the handsaw to gentle the rough edges and use vinyl glue to attach the substitute wood piece. The measurement of a piece is roughly a little bigger than the exact measure but to shape with a chisel. Once the glue is attached, hammer in a small nail to fix the piece.
Continue to finish the Indesign page Layouts and the wix Website. The last lesson to be done and informed upon the technical questions to be asked.
Visit to San Lorenzo Church
San Lorenzo Church to be one of the oldest churches existing in Florence and to be the largest in scale. Historically has been a chapel for come and goers to stop by and pray and has been properly developed by 1417
Riccardi Medici Palace Gardine
Conducted and produced by ideas & approach of Brunelleschi. Due to Brunelleschi’s death, Michelozzo continued the further execution which has been influenced under the years of working and studying by Brunelleschi.
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