CABW 295 Distressed Funiture*

Distressed Furniture construction is designed to instruct students in the new art of replication of distressed or old furniture building. The idea is to instruct the student from the machining, distressing, assembly of, to complete finish of several pieces in various styles of furniture from that period. The course will start with how to design an antique period piece from the 15th to the 18th century styles of furniture. The students will be taught joinery techniques of the period for each piece, this may be different. They will be shown how to sharpen their hand tools such as spoke shaves, chisels, etc. They will be taught how to distress with the use of different paint and stain techniques to achieve the worn look, as well as different lacquers, putty etc. Carving techniques in relief as well as applicable will be shown and demonstrated in its use in the pieces as well as moldings. Prerequisites: CABW 100, CABW 100B, CABW 141, and CABW 143.

Credits

3.00 Credits

CABW 295Distressed Funiture*

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I. General Information

Department

II. Course Specification

Credit Hours Narrative

3.00 Credits

III. Catalog Course Description

Distressed Furniture construction is designed to instruct students in the new art of replication of distressed or old furniture building. The idea is to instruct the student from the machining, distressing, assembly of, to complete finish of several pieces in various styles of furniture from that period. The course will start with how to design an antique period piece from the 15th to the 18th century styles of furniture. The students will be taught joinery techniques of the period for each piece, this may be different. They will be shown how to sharpen their hand tools such as spoke shaves, chisels, etc. They will be taught how to distress with the use of different paint and stain techniques to achieve the worn look, as well as different lacquers, putty etc. Carving techniques in relief as well as applicable will be shown and demonstrated in its use in the pieces as well as moldings. Prerequisites: CABW 100, CABW 100B, CABW 141, and CABW 143.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

VI. Delivery Methodologies