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10 examples of wood walls and inner linings

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When you enter a building and discover the warmth, tranquillity and the aesthetic pleasure produced by the contemplation of good wood inner linings you understand because the architect and the decorator of the room where you are chose such a warm material as wood for the most visible face of their project. When you enter a building and you stop before the inner linings on ceilings and wood walls and listen carefully, you discover perfect acoustics, and you understand why they use acoustic panels which correct the reverberation which you find in some rooms, and offer you an optimal hearing of conversations and sounds. If this is what you want for your project, here are 10 good examples of wood inner liningswith which we get the aesthetic and acoustic results that our customers were looking for: . 1. Vertical inner linings and acoustic panels in the Auditorium of the Bank of Togo 2. Acoustic panels and acoustic wood ceilings in the audiovisual room of Bodegas Dinastía Vivanco 3. Inner linings in the acoustic wood walls of Archidona Town Hall 4. Inner linings in lacquered Ferrari red and wood ceilings at Bodegas Darien S. XXI 5. Inner linings in the Ansoain health centre 6. Wood ceilings and wood walls in the Footwear Technology Centre 7. Inner linings, ceilings and wood walls in the Würth Museum 8. Wood ceilings, wood walls and inner linings in the Ezcaray Theatre 9. Inner linings on wood ceilings and walls at the La Rioja Building Labour Foundation 10. Inner linings in the entrance and offices of Laboratorios Cinfa . If you liked this post, you may also be interested in: . - Spectacular wood panelling on the interior of the La Rioja Building Labour Foundation - The need for acoustic conditioning with inner linings made with wood panels in libraries, museums, and cultural centres - Wood and architecture in London: façades with wood slats, design ceilings, exterior wood panelling, wood panels, and much more
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The new ceilings of the world, will they be wood ceilings? The arrival of wood skyscrapers

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Recently we read that, in 2023 (a bit to go yet) they are to build a skyscraper in Stockholm made entirely of wood, the highest of its kind, completely safe and also capable of producing solar energy. Skyscrapers, the ceilings of the world, were built of concrete and steel up to now. Could they be made of wood in the near future? Will the new ceilings of the world be wood ceilings? Wood has conquered the world of construction. Not only the interiors of the buildings have wood walls and wood ceilings, but also the exteriors, on the façades, where there is also wood panelling, and often wood slats are used to offer unparalleled aesthetic results. However wood has failed to regain its leading role in building structures of centuries ago, which was lost during the 20th century to steel and concrete. But this may perhaps change soon. This Swedish project to build a residential, 34-floor, wood skyscraper, submitted by the company C.F. Møller Architects (here you can see photos), will feature a wooden structure with stabilizing concrete cores. It can be expected that, for the interiors, it will remain faithful to Scandinavian tradition, and usewood walls and wood ceilings). Could this be the project to start a new building trend, turning skyscrapers, the ceilings of the world, into wood ceilings? It could be. According to the architect Michael Green, we should build skyscrapers of wood obtained from sustainable sources, because this system is more environmentally friendly than using steel and concrete, and he proposes his system to FFTT / Find the Forest Through the Trees , which uses laminated wood panels which get their structural strength from their multiple-layer composition. Here you can see the video of his TED lecture where he explains his proposal (see video ) . If you liked this post, you may also be interested in: . - Acoustic ceilings and acoustic panels, what are they? What are they for? - Wood ceilings, or ceilings with wood panelling for public and community service buildings - Acoustic ceilings made of sound-absorbent wood for the acoustic conditioning of rooms
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