Genlore Woodcraft is an intentionally small handtool woodshop exploring Modern Seating Aesthetics with traditional techniques.

 

The name Genlore is the product of familial tradition passed down through generations. Inspired by the farm naming practices Jack Zarovy’s  grandparents used on their dairy farm, Genlore combines the names of Loretta, and Genovese to carry tradition and heritage into a modern practice. 

The tools and processes used by Genlore Wood Craft have also been passed down for years and in use with locally sourced wood, evoke a statement of classic simplicity.  

All photography provided by Michael Doyle Olson and Chris Sewell

 
 
  solid wood joinery

solid wood joinery

  hand tools in use

hand tools in use