1. Hi,

    I may not have noticed Paul mentioning, but why did he make the recess in the top slat, and the remaining recesses in the chair structure itself?
    Is there any difference?
    Was it only because it’s easier to make the recesses in the chair structure?


    1. I asked Paul your question and his answer is below:

      The structure of the seat frame is super strong because of the interconnecting joints. The chair back however has no joinery without the recesses cut into the back legs so the combination of 16 recesses add intrinsic strength for the lateral stability. Good question!

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