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A connection to their creations: MRW Featured in Woodshop News

Posted on October 20th, 2013

“The transition between external and internal environments is startling. From the outside, the business looks like a factory — a 130,000 sq.-ft. industrial building in the shadow of a massive wind turbine just off a busy thoroughfare in Newburyport, Mass.

The shop's extensive portfolio includes work for the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City, Mo.

“But when you step through the front doors, the change in aesthetics and mood is immediate. As you walk toward the gracefully curved reception desk, you catch glimpses of dark wood paneling rolling away down a long corridor of open, airy offices. Step inside a conference room and your eye is immediately drawn to the richly patterned veneer of the conference table and the fit and finish of the cabinetry. Stand there for a few moments and you’ll catch the vibe of the environment — warm and happy. This is a striking space, teaming with energy and creativity. This is Mark Richey Woodworking.”

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