We congratulate the junior master craftswoman on her successfully completed examination and – something we find especially pleasing – her design award. Following her 18-month course at Munich’s college for master craftspeople, Carolin Mader recently presented her works together with the rest of her course-mates tutored by Mr Specht. Carolin, who completed her joinery apprenticeship with us, presented her office cabinet. Its body stands on a cuboid plinth made of mitred and glued pieces of squared timber. The jury praised the different veneers of grey-dyed oak as a standout design feature. Made out of different veneers, the inlay work depicts stacked dice and creates an unusual three-dimensional effect thanks to the strict geometrical arrangement.
‘Ms Mader has managed to make her piece for the master craftsperson examination powerfully expressive. She has created her own individual interpretation of a traditional marquetry motif, worked with precision and implemented impressive constructive solutions in her piece,’ the examiners wrote. We extend a very warm welcome to the newly qualified master craftswoman and are pleased to have her back in the Eham team following her excellent result in the master craftsperson examination.
Photography: Wolfgang Pulver