Technical carpentry work at the Rioja Culture Centre
- 23 July, 2015
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics
What can be more satisfying for a technical carpentry than being asked to participate in the building works of the Rioja Culture Centre?
We are a technical carpentry working all over the world – in universities, museums, public buildings, wineries and headquarters of major companies. We supply wood acoustic panels for the acoustic conditioning of architectural spaces and custom wood panelling for ceilings and walls. We also supply building projects with technical doors, phenolic booths and phenolic lockers and customised wood furniture.
When we had the opportunity to participate as a technical carpentry in the building work of the Rioja Culture Centre in Logroño´s Old Town, we felt that it was an opportunity to make a humble contribution to this tribute to wine and and what it represents for this land in which we live.
A few months ago the Rioja Culture Centre opened its doors to the public. It is the work of Jesús Marino Pascual —probably the most influential Riojan architect of recent times and a loyal friend of Spigogroup— and it covers more than 3,000 m² spread over 4 floors.
As technical carpentry, we did work on the outside (doors, entrance, windows…), the entrance hall and central courtyard, museum and exhibition, winebar, wine shop, tasting room, training rooms and some multi-purpose rooms. These is some of the work we did:
– Technical carpentry work on doors: Smooth solid doors, E1260-CS FR doors with oak veneer and varnished, oak panelled doors.
– Technical carpentry for finishing and cladding: oak wood panelling, wood panelling on walls with oak wood planks on studs, wood panelling on walls with Spigotec panels, with varnished oak veneer covered with lacquered Spigoacustic 28-32-16 MDF flame retardant panels.
– Other works of technical carpentry: Corner, ´flying-arch´ window and balcony made of oak wood, panelled stairs in solid oak, and technical carpentry work, furniture, counter and shop flooring.
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