This is the Gypsy model with nylon strings. Mario Maccaferri designed his Concert Model in the thirties. Very popular by players for fingerstyle jazz, bossa nova but also classical repertoire. The cutaway makes it easy to reach the highest position.
Often players ask for a custom neck width. Classical is 52 mm at the nut, often I make them 50 or 49 mm. Think about that.
I make the nylon gypsy with a raised fingerboard. That gives more stiffness and is easy to play.
The top is spruce or cedar. For the back and sides there are options as Indian rosewood, but also maple and zebrawood. Neck is mahogany, cedro or maple.
Interesting idea to make an instrument only of non-tropical woods. For the top European spruce, back and sides European maple, neck and fingerboard also maple. The fingerboard is also varnished for protection.
The bridge, headstock and the bindings are pearwood.
For all my models I use double sides and sometimes double backs. The top is very light and a part of the bracing is reinforced with carbon.