Industrial and commercial companies use semi-finished materials to manufacture wooden furniture. Branch forks, trunks that are too thin, crookedly grown trees – a lot of valuable wood is simply discarded in forest management. Robin Henseler explores the potential of this cast-off material for furniture building, in particular in terms of construction and aesthetics. Natural woods, which due to their organic growth habit fail to conform to industrial norms, are treated by hand and using digital tools. The objects are ideal models of what can be achieved with natural wood in terms of design value and economic potential.