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Williamson Chong Architects are already using advance wood products in their designs, as here in their House in Frogs's Hollow project north of Toronto. Computer milled wood siding is a feature of the upper facade.

Bob Gundu

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The milled wood siding is sealed with linseed oil base oxide pigment.

Bob Gundu

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A handcrafted door with a peephole milled on a CNC (computer numerical control) router that allows for precision 3D motion control.

Shane Williamson

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Shane Williamson of WCA making the peephole door.

Betsy Williamson

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Hand made cabinetry and a milled harvest table are combined in a contemporary working kitchen designed by WCA.

Bob Gundu

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A detail view of cabinetry and counter.

Bob Gundu

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The curving main stair in another WCA project on Howland Avenue in Toronto.

Bob Gundu

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