Furniture Design

Intermediate Level Course

  • Starts Nov 6
  • 450 US dollars
  • 9th Street

Available spots


Service Description

In this class, students will learn fundamental strategies for designing furniture in wood. They will develop their own project designs throughout the course of the class, and learn design tools to help tackle issues of aesthetics and construction. Students will also be exposed to advanced woodworking concepts including advanced lamination, joinery, and finishing. Students should already have taken a beginner level furniture course, or have equivalent woodworking experience. This course will require drawing tools and a notebook. Students can purchase a basic drawing and modeling kit for an additional $50. In order to provide time for construction, students will receive 6 weeks of Clayroom woodshop access, starting after the 3rd class and continuing for 3 weeks after the course ends. Additional Resources: General Wood Shop Guidelines: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UMdqWbwyl6vqVu4qauRQoQleDyrqUXWKO-BrmXtTxMQ/edit?usp=sharing Student Policies: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wQTpjMiEnUaaBoHzoqd0JKIiGSZjOQX6gz2QUW6zwq4/edit?usp=sharing


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

See our Class Policies page for more info.


Contact Details

  • Clayroom SoMa, 9th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

    415-890-0044

    soma@clayroomsf.com