The most curious wood projects in the world – (wood panels) Part II
- 27 June, 2014
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Inspiration, News
In the first part of this article, published a few days ago, we saw spectacular projects in wood the United Kingdom, Spain and Luxembourg. Now we travel to Germany, Japan and France, to discover great wood ceilings and wood interiors.
The Hermer Jübergturm (Germany)
The Jübergturm or lookout tower in Hermer, designed by Birk und Heilmeyer Architekten in cooperation with Knippers Helbig Advanced Engineering, has a structure covered with 240 wood slats, and wood interiors divided into 5 sections of 125 steps.
The Wooden House (Japan)
Designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects, it is one of the most daring wood projects we have seen, in which more than panels or wood slats real blocks have been used to build the wood walls, wood ceilings, etc.
Aquensis of Bagnères de Bigorre (France)
Wood wall covering, extremely high wood ceilings, wood slats… architect Luc Demolombe built a spa that seems more like a true Cathedral of wood in the old building of the Casino of this French spa town.
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