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Nathie Katzoff is honored by Woodworking Network's 40 under 40!

Founder of NK Woodworking & Design, Nathie Katzoff, was honored this past July by Woodworking Network in the 2016 Wood Industry 40 Under 40 Awards. This is an achievement worth celebrating! He is a driving force in the industry, melding creativity and artistic vision with craftsmanship and function. He has won multiple awards for his unique stair designs since 2013 and continues to create one-of-a-kind designs that push boundaries in the industry. 

Stay tuned for more cool creations to come from NKW in 2017! And thank you Woodworking Network for taking notice!

Beauty Comes in Many Textures, Shapes & Colors by NK Woodworking & Design

On any one project coming out of NK Woodworking & Design you may see a multitude of textures, colors and materials. Such as forged steel, copper and bronze; custom art glass; or domestic and exotic hardwoods - all with emphasis on the beauty of the natural grain or texture of the material.  This cut-out below is part of an exterior remodel project we designed and fabricated for a residence on Ames Lake, WA. that includes hand formed art glass, forged and patinaed copper, and various hardwoods (Walnut, Sapele & Cherry).

"New Traditions" Stair Design

A Modern take on a Classical Stair Design by Nathie Katzoff and the team at NK Woodworking. This project was a staircase remodel, consisting of blackened Bronze, Figured Maple, Black Walnut and Sapele treads. Nathie brought his creative flair to the box tread and newel post that makes this a truly sculptural stair. 

The Beauty of Nature Expressed in this Newly Completed Stair by NK Woodworking

This organic, art deco stair design by Nathie Katzoff of NK Woodworking incorporates Curly Maple, Black Walnut and Sapele Mahogany hardwoods with forged steel balustrade and detailing. This stair design is truly functional art, as well as a perfect fit with both the overall look and feel of the home and the surrounding environment. Every detail in this stair and rail design was considered: From choosing wood materials for beauty of its grain and color to the joinery and interactions between parts. We truly enjoyed creating this lovely piece of art!

Location: Suncadia, Cascade Mountains, Washington