Ceiling and wall cladding with solid wood slats: the case of Centro de Formación Canario
- 12 September, 2018
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, News, Spigogroup wood projects
Ceiling and wall cladding can be very discreet, go unnoticed and fulfil only the most basic function: to cover and hide what is behind it. At other times, simple ceiling and wall cladding can add a touch of design, nuances of modernity, games of light and shadows and sensations of warmth, order and serenity.
The work of architects and interior designers stands out in the small details: those well thought-out finishes, the materials and finishes chosen, a vision of the whole project that makes the final result so special. That is how SAL | Studio Architecture Lanzarote works and that is undoubtedly what they were thinking when they commissioned us to supply 20 m² of ceiling and wall cladding made with solid wood slats to bring the headquarters of Centro de Formación Canario up to date. A quality detail that would serve to receive visitors in an original and elegant way.
The Grid 4-30-70-35 model of the Spigoline wood slat decorative panel system was chosen. The model consists of four, 30 mm wide and 70 mm high slats with 55 mm spacing, forming a grid with black rods. The grids are 340 mm wide and 2100 mm long, and are installed with fastening clips. Solid obeche wood with oak stain was chosen as finish for the wood wall cladding and false ceiling. This is the result:
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