There are places that woodworkers hope to visit before
they die, preferably long before they die so there's time
to make some pieces based on inspirational/stolen ideas.
For the Greene & Greene / Arts & Crafts aficionados I'm guessing
it's the Gamble House in Santa Barbara, California. (is it just
me or were these guys just Control Phreaks?)
(if you have QuickTime definitely check out the "360 Virtual Tour")
For The Followers of Krenov it's the College of the Redwoods and
Then there's the enthusiastic teacher's school and at least
five ways to make just about anything you can think of.
And the Artists in Nature - The Anderson Ranch
For the Closest To the Wood - George Nakashima
And of course - Sam Maloof's place
What woodworking holy sites and what woodworker holy men
would you like to get to before becoming tree food?