These are the carpenters turning wood into gold
Miniot proves that a family of artisans can thrive in a world of plastic
It smells like sawdust. I'm in the middle of a residential street
just outside of Amsterdam, yet the nostalgic whiff of high-school
woodshop is unmistakable. I'm looking for the factory that makes
Miniot's expertly crafted wooden iPhone and iPad cases — but there
isn't one. Instead, at my destination stands a large but otherwise
unremarkable family home, indistinguishable from its neighbors. No
signs, just the sweet earthy scent of freshly cut lumber.
It's like wood jewelry.
and fine work in more than one sense of "fine"