Date: June 6, 2015

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KC Star Home Q+A

What happens when an English-born furniture maker and a Kansas City attorney with an eye for design put their heads together? An artistic celebration of location that you can rest your coffee cup on… Read more here: KC Star Cartographic Coffee Tables Chart the History of Kansas City

Date: June 25, 2013

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KC Star House + Home Q+A

Stuart Brown started Tudor Woodworks, an antiques restoration and custom furniture business, in the Crossroads in 2007 and then spent three years in the West Bottoms. Late last year he moved to a 2,500-square-foot space at 45th and Belleview near the Country Club Plaza… Read more here: KC Star House + Home Q+A

Date: March 22, 2013

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KC Business Daily Grind

Born in England but settled in Kansas City, Stuart Brown brings antique restoration and custom furniture making to the Plaza with his company, Tudor Woodworks.

Date: May 22, 2012

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KC Star Q&A

Q&A: Stuart Brown, Kansas City Job Description: Custom furniture maker, antique furniture restorer and owner of Tudor Woodworks, in the Arts Incubator building, 115 W. 18th St., 913-481-9368, www.tudorwoodworks.com

Date: December 23, 2009

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INK Office Space

Stuart Brown, 29 Who he is: Owner of Tudor Woodworks a company that restores and makes furniture. How long he’s done it: Brown has worked with furniture since he was a kid, but he founded Tudor Woodworks about two years ago.

Date: November 19, 2008

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INK Interview

Four colorful birds perch in a giant antique birdcage at Urban Dwellings Design, a new furniture and design store in the River Market.

Date: April 22, 2007

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KC Star Staff Pick

Affordable, environmentally friendly kitchen cabinets? Sounds like an oxymoron. But Stuart Brown of Tudor Woodworks in Kansas City (along with several other local cabinetmakers) has introduced a new line of cabinetry called 2bg, or “to be green.”