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Tom Knoebel, Woodworker

Tom Knoebel has an extensive woodworking and architectural background, having apprenticed under Joseph T. Beyer with techniques and emphasis on the organic forms of Wendell Castle,  Tage Frid, Sam Maloof and George Nakashima .  With John Belt at Oswego State University, Tom focused on design and industrial processes. Tom attended the San Francisco Institute of Architecture at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture with instruction by Arthur Dyson, Eugene Tsui, John Rattenbury, Phil Hawes, Fred Stitt, and Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. Tom has worked for firms installing and designing case work for museums such as the Smithsonian Institution. Tom worked at the National Trust for Historic Preservation as Research Staff and Conservator for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighy House. Has won numerous woodworking awards including a First Place in Sculpture, New York’s Museum of Modern Scholastic Art Competition. Tom has contributed to several publications with his expertise: The Washington Post and William Allen Storrer’s book “The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion”. Tom also taught as a guest speaker on Frank Lloyd Wright for nine years at Virginia Polytechnic University under Humberto Rodriguez

 

Beach Cabinets, LLC


Beach Cabinets, LLC

 

Founded: 2003

Owners: Tom and Kimberlee Knoebel


 

Areas of expertise:  Home, corporate, retail, Modern, Mid-Century, Organic.