George Nakashima

Daniella Ohad
Jan 24, 2013 4:01AM

George Nakashima was an architect who called himself a woodworker. For nearly five decades, he lived in New Hope Pennsylvania, creating furniture out of magnificent planks of wood. He established himself as one of the fathers of the American Studio Movement. My video, produced by Antonia Marerro explores Nakashima's legacy and inspiration.

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