Emmanuel Nicolaidis ’99, English, was recently featured in the Baltimore City Paper for his work in fine craft woodworking.

From the City Paper article by Rafael Alvarez:

“Nicolaidis’ goal this summer is to produce a showroom full of design prototypes—chairs, tables, and desks. At press time, he was putting the finishing touches on a sleek and gorgeous tool chest, the kind you can buy out of cheap metal for $100 or less. This is something different, the dovetailed drawers silent as they move in and out.”

Read the full story.

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