Wood panels

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about wood panels

Project • By Cubo Arkitekter A/SSecondary Schools

Mercantec - Business and Technical College

The new ‘Mercantec - Midtbyens Gymnasium’, a business and technical college, emphasizes the city's ambitious visions for urban development. Here, 1,200 students and 130 employees unfold and thrive in innovative and inspiring settings that support learning, development and social life within the building and the surrounding urban environment.  The project completes the overall urban development project that Cubo Arkitekter has been part of, which also includes a 2 bridges along The Ancient Road ‘Hærvejsbroen’. The Ancient Road runs from Northern Germany to the very top of Denmark. The bridges are the city's new central connection, that connects the city center to the new urban development area, 'Viborg Ban... More

Project • By Surfacing SolutionHotels

Saint Kate Hotel

Premium walnut solid wood tambour panels cover the columns and bookend the staircases of this artistic downtown Milwaukee hotel.Saint Kate is a boutique arts hotel named after the patron saint of artists - Saint Catherine. Known as the hotel “created by artists for artists” Saint Kate’s boasts multiple gallery and exhibition spaces, a black box theater,  along with 219 elegant guestrooms and 11,6000 square feet of meeting space.The hotel is also within walking distance from notable art attractions in Milwaukee's entertainment district -  the Third Ward and Fiserv Forum.Saint Kates Hotel was designed by Stonehill Taylor - a hospitality focused architecture and interior design firm based in New York City.  Oth... More

Project • By Surfacing SolutionShops

Murray's Cheese Bar - Long Island City

Murrays' first brick-and-mortar location is sure to inspire. Designed by The Rockwell Groupthis state of the art cheese facility mixes light oak tambour walls, black and white tiles, and polished concrete to create a seemless connection.   The concrete walls and pillars are complemented by vibrant and solid purples, greens, and browns set against the grooved pattern of tambour colu wraps and bar fronts. More

Project • By Surfacing SolutionRestaurants

Domu

Domu's interior has a warm, earthy palette: walls, shelving and counters are constructed from the same clay block and complemented by real wood tambour veneers.   The grooved tambour panels provide an orderly appeal that contrasts well with the patterned red brick pavers adoring the free standing walls behind the bar and under the booths.   These subtle tones and  textures lend to a saturated space that feeld warm and harmonious. More

Project • By Surfacing SolutionBars

Kingside at Viceroy

Kingside, the restaurant and bar in the Viceroy Hotel New York. Architects Roman and Williams incorporated tambour panels along the bar front to enhance a rich interior clad in a black and white tile floor. Leather bar chairs, a steel counter, tile walls, and and hanging lights combine together to create the feel of a true classical American eatery. More

Product • By Surfacing SolutionMosaic Wall Tiles - Forest Elements

Mosaic Wall Tiles - Forest Elements

Forest Elements offers a full line of natural wood mosaic tiles.  Most commonly used  as accent and full walls in restaurants, hotels, retail centers, homes, apartments, as well as barfront and reception desk applications.   19 different patterns to choose from. Linear, honeycomb, hexagon, pinwheel, scallop, star, etc.   Thermally modified to increase durability , resist micro-organisms, reduce seasonal expansion and contraction, and bring out a naturraly darkened color withput requiring and chemicals.   Every piece of wood is handcrafted for quality control and to showcase the unique charactarictics of the lumber.   100% of wood is sourced from American and Canadian timber companies More

Project • By TWA HotelHotels

TWA Hotel at JFK International Airport

Eero Saarinen’s iconic 1962 TWA Flight Center at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City is among the most significant examples of mid-century modern architecture in the world. The landmark was shuttered for nearly 20 years after the airlines went out of business in 2001, but was later protected in 2005 when it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Eventually, the terminal was saved when MCR and MORSE Development won the bid to turn the historic landmark into a hotel for the 21st century, which eventually opened in May 2019.  The historic Flight Center underwent a total restoration by Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners, LLP; the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Preservatio... More

Project • By Bureau Brisson ArchitectesPrivate Houses

Renovation of a 1930′s villa

Situated on top of a hill in the city of Lausanne (Switzerland), this three stories private villa built in the 1930’s benefits from magnificent views of the terraced vineyards of the UNESCO region Lavaux. The architectural intervention was followed by the reconfiguration of the space in order to create three autonomous apartments – one for the owners and two others intended for rent to students or small families. In the lower level apartment, most of the partition walls were demolished to offer more generous living areas with better light conditions. Therefore, spaces are defined by playing with varying levels. Moreover, this 2-room apartment profits from access to the large garden. On the attic, before the transformation, an unusual layout... More

Project • By KUBE ArchitectureApartments

Aperture

This Owners of this residence decided that the best place to create a get-away vacation space was in the privacy of their own home. Their idea was to make their lower level a relaxing escape from their busy everyday lives. The new space consists of a media/family room, bathroom, and laundry room. KUBE's concept was to create a refined "wooden box" with a teak media wall, concealing all TV and stereo equipment, and a sculpted mahogany staircase. Each piece of cabinetry unfolds to reveal hidden storage. Radiant heat is concealed in the floor slab, and all lighting is indirect. The wall to the bathroom is floor-to-ceiling frameless glass, with adjacent glass stair treads. A teak slatted ceiling with LED... More

Product • By PlexwoodPlexwood - Panel flexible

Plexwood - Panel flexible

About Plexwood Plexwood is an innovative interior design veneer, composed of end grain wood and with the grain veneers, which give the product a clear linear structure.  Plexwood can be used for floors, walls, ceilings, staircases, furniture, and company logos, amongst many other conceptual applications.  End grain wood, one of the main components of Plexwood, is harder than regular cut wood, making Plexwood products suitable for high traffic environments like public spaces, office, retail, education and health care environments.  In our production we do not use formaldehyde-based glue or volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Plexwood can meet almost any sustainability standard or certification. Available in 12 products: St... More

Product • By PlexwoodPlexwood - Panel one-sided

Plexwood - Panel one-sided

About Plexwood Plexwood is an innovative interior design veneer, composed of end grain wood and with the grain veneers, which give the product a clear linear structure.  Plexwood can be used for floors, walls, ceilings, staircases, furniture, and company logos, amongst many other conceptual applications.  End grain wood, one of the main components of Plexwood, is harder than regular cut wood, making Plexwood products suitable for high traffic environments like public spaces, office, retail, education and health care environments.  In our production we do not use formaldehyde-based glue or volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Plexwood can meet almost any sustainability standard or certification. Available in 12 products: St... More

Product • By LINVISIBILEPocket Door

Pocket Door

Linvisibile presents its Marea | Pocket door, which holds an unprecedented technological, functional and patent surplus value. An innovative product that revolutionises the concept of assembly, handling and maintenance for sliding doors. It is the ideal partner to any settings whether at home or work. It can be coated with almost any type of material (metal, stone, leather) to create special atmospheres, in a tasteful way. There are lacquered (glossy or matt) and wooden versions offered as well. More

Product • By MasisaSensaciones Collection

Sensaciones Collection

MASISA, the leading multinational in the manufacture and marketing of wood panels for furniture and interior architecture in Latin America, launches the "Sensaciones" collection from MASISA Melamina, which integrates the best of trends in eight innovative designs, among which are the Lines Colors, Fantasies and Mexico. This launch is characterized by being in tune with the latest trends in architecture and furniture design. Thus, MASISA diversifies its color palette, where the consumer can find within the Color line, the designs: Blue Steel, Agatha and Cognac; Within Fantasy, designs: Metropolitan and Enigma; And in the Mexico line, the designs: Anáhuac, Durango and Monarca. The concept of "Sensaciones" of MASISA Melamina arises from... More

Product • By Lightwave LaserRectangular Lattice Room Divider

Rectangular Lattice Room Divider

Custom laser-cut wood room divider More