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Product • By PANAGETFlamed beech Cuivre, Diva 139

Flamed beech Cuivre, Diva 139

Discover Diva 139 Flamed Beech by French wood flooring manufacturer Panaget. Panaget’s range of French beechwood floors are sourced and manufactured entirely in France.The beech tree is the second most abundant deciduous tree in France’s forests. The heartwood tissue undergoes a natural oxidisation process to produce the distinctive flamed beech effect. This reaction scorches the wood (we say that the heartwood is ‘étoilé’ or ‘starlit’), producing wooden panels with contrasting grain colours. Soft and silky to the touch, flamed beechwood is similar in strength to oak.Cuivre: elegant oiled floors with a range of nuanced tones.The warm sheen of the majestic Cuivre floors gives this living room a chic, understated vibe – perfect for relaxing. More

Project • By Cut ArchitecturesShowrooms


PETIT BATEAU Winners of a competition launched by Petit Bateau to reinvent the concept of all their stores, we have come up with a solution based on 2 essential notions, specific to the identity of the brand: the craftmanship - the "Frenchness" and the kids playfulness. CRAFTMANSHIP - "FRENCHNESS" The walls are ornamented with wooden moldings, the floor is in oak parquet. Large oak furniture inspired by haberdashery furniture offer a maximum display and storage in multiple drawers freely accessible to customers and integrate touchscreens to visualize the full color and style range. The pegboard panel sets focus on products. Massive oak tables and wall-mounted shelves with edge molded details, echoing the authenticity of French craftsmanship... More

Product • By EstelPouf


Pouf available in different dimensions with support in beech and poplar wood, and padded in expanded polyurethane. Upholstery, completely removable in fabric and ecoleather, fixed in leather. More

Product • By FabbianMalvasia


A lamp that speaks of the land, of tradition, vineyards and sun-soaked hillsides. With its elegant shape, at times resembling a wine glass, other a decanter, it encourages a welcoming, hospitable environment. The quiet harmony of rounded shapes and oblique edges, the grace of the blown glass and the warmth of wood give this collection of lamps a very special convivial personality. A homage to Bacchus and to anyone who loves good wine and good company. A collection suitable for the home but also to give a twist to a public place, a bar or restaurant.   A collection of indoor suspension lamps in different shapes and sizes. The blown glass diffusers are available in acid-etched white, amber, petrol-green and smoky finish with a beech wood fram... More

Project • By Billiani srlRestaurants

Fire & Bread

Fire & Bread, designed by Isabel Lopez Vilalta + Asociados studio and shortlisted for the 2019 Restaurant and Bar Design Award, is located in La Roca del Vallés shopping centre near Barcelona. It’s characterized by elegant and high-quality materials – ceramic tile, iron and solid wood – in contrast to the fresh eco-friendly aspect of corrugated sheet on the walls. Scandinavian-style furniture was selected to create a casual and relaxed environment: Load chairs by Billiani, in walnut-stained beechwood, lends an air of sophistication. More

Project • By Billiani srlRestaurants

Dimora Sighé

Dimora Sighé, located in Alessano, in the Italian region Puglia, is a 19th-Century rural building used in the past as a place for the olive preservation and now converted into a design house. The name Sighé comes from the ancient Greek and means “quiet”, “silence”: this is because, thanks to the birdsong, the whispering sound of the wind and the ringing of bells in the distance, every moment spent in this house gives people a sense of peace.   All the materials used are faithful to the territory: cocciopesto, local stone and wood. With their wooden frames in beechwood, the Load chairs with woven backs in marine ropes, designed by Emilio Nanni for Billiani, furnish the dining room. More

Project • By LP architekturOffices

Office Building Vivid Planet

To develop no classic office building, but to create a special working environment were the requirements of the 2017 competition by the software company "Vivid Planet".   With an open space flow and maximum flexibility, spatial sequences have been developed that show different qualities and strong relationships with each other. In addition, the rooms convey a spacious, partly covered terrace of the garden in front of it.   Material Used : 1. Exposed concrete with inserted formwork2. rough untreated larch (facade)3. beech wood (stairs)4. ash wood (floor interior) More



Seat and back frame of padded and upholstered beech plywood. Folding seat. Seat with removable lining thanks to the zipper. Padded and upholstered beech plywood long side. Hidden floor fixing system. Epoxy painted metal parts. Installation on horizontal, slopped or stepped areas, in straight or curved rows (minimum radius 12 m). Possibility to have different backs and sides to combine together.   Accessories: Beech wood armrests with protective varnish finish. Varnished beech wood sides. Anti-panic writing tablet foldable into the side. Writing tablet mounted on the back. Backrest full or lower wooden panel in varnished beech plywood. Underseat (also perforated) wooden panel in varnished Beech plywood. Place and row numberi... More

Project • By Zilio A&CBars

Café Klenze at Alte Pinakothek

The Ro armchairs by Zilio A&C have been chosen for the renovated hall of the Cafè Klenze of the Alte Pinakothek in Munich, one of the most prestigious ancient art museums in the world, located in the district of Maxvorstadt. The chairs provided by the company have been 65, all in oak stained beech with dark leather Ehrlich Classic Royal seat. Designed by Tomoko Azumi, this proposal was particularly appreciated by the Sunder-Plassmann Architekten Studio, which dealt with the restoration project of the entire ground floor of the museum, which involved not only the cafeteria but also the foyer, the educational spaces and the exhibition halls.   Originally designed by Leo von Klenze, author of some of the most important ninete... More

Product • By Lobo & ListoneStockl


Stockl Parquet is a family run manufacturing unit from Austria. Stockl flooring ranges from solid & engineered plank flooring, 2 layered herringbone & Chevron flooring. The planks come in varied widths and lengths allowing an installer to form various traditional patterns.   Stable and strong construction aloows Stockl products to be used in varied residential, commerical & hospitality projects.    Products are available in specieis such as Oak, Smoked Oak, Walnut, Beech, Maple, Acacia, Ash. Finishes come in rich oiled finishes as well as the commerically available Lacquered finishes. Grading are possible from Select to Country.   Specifications: Engineered Oak Hardwood. Smoked and treated for commerci... More

Project • By Made AssociatiWineries

New Bio Winery

The new winery offers an opportunity to reorganise and reconnect the system of open spaces with the built-up structures through the restoration of signing, associated modality and materiality that come form the world of agriculture.ProjectThe requalification project involves new spaces and new buildings dedicated to the winery but are developed integrating also the existing parts for the formation of a functionality and homogeneous image.The new building is located alongside the existing buildings to create a compact nucleus of the different work activities.The office space is structured to be an representative image of the company, its sensibility and of the always organic production (this year it will celebrate 35 years of activity, certi... More

Project • By Herbst ArchitectsPrivate Houses

Bramasole House

The site’s previous existence was a market garden with shelterbelts forming large outdoor rooms. Our client then planted part of the site with vineyards and fenced off paddocks for horses. He built a barn and a dressage arena. The house presented an opportunity to bring order to the large site. Some division was needed between the private home and the public dressage arena. Bi-axial landscaping elements of Gabion baskets were employed to divide the site into quadrants. The gabion basket walls start low demarcating entry points and rise up to form the anchor wall of the house.The house has 3 positive elements with negative spaces between. These positive elements house the Lanai, the garage and the bedrooms. They are articulated as simple box... More

Project • By CambridgeSevenShops

Williams College Bookstore

The Williams College Bookstore is designed to animate and invigorate Spring Street, the main thoroughfare in town, welcoming the community and the college into this dynamic and inviting new retail venue.The first two levels feature trade books, magazines, text books, clothing, giftware and a third wave coffee shop while the third level houses 5,000 square feet of leased office space. The Bookstore is a place for retail activity and social engagement, offering a variety of programming, including author readings, book signings, children’s activities, and community meetings.Carefully designed to respect the established cadence of buildings along the street, the scale and massing continues the tradition of three-to-five-story commercial propert... More

Project • By Archaeo ArchitectsPrivate Houses

Burnside Residence

The courtyard was to be a focal point: meditative, protective and quiet, in contrast to the outdoor areas along the ridge. Views were to be revealed subtly, gradually. The house was to appear rooted in the earth, with lots of light.All of the design elements were determined with the idea of light being a form-defining element. This approach is complemented with an aesthetic that takes the Santa Fe style and integrates a Zen like simplicity to the range of materials and details.Pure geometric forms established the plan, the use of authentic materials set the tone and nature was abstracted to highlight and contrast the house. An important aspect of nature is light and in New Mexico, at this site, the clarity of that light is received into a v... More

Project • By Institute for Computational DesignPavilions

BUGA Wood Pavilion

The BUGA Wood Pavilion celebrates a new approach to digital timber construction. Its segmented wood shell is based on biological principles found in the plate skeleton of sea urchins, which have been studied by the Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) and the Institute for Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart for almost a decade.  As part of the project, a robotic manufacturing platform was developed for the automated assembly and milling of the pavilion’s 376 bespoke hollow wood segments. This fabrication process ensures that all segments fit together with sub-millimetre precision like a big, three-dimensional puzzle. The stunning wooden roof spans 30 meters over one of B... More