5 wood inner linings in new UK architecture
- 15 May, 2015
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, Inspiration, News
The use of wood inner linings defines the personality of certain architectural and decorative projects.
Wood inner linings are commonly used in the construction and decoration of all types of homes and other buildings. They contribute elegance, beauty and warmth, and in addition offer the sound absorbent and insulating properties of wood.
Following are 5 projects carried out in the United Kingdom where wood inner linings acquire special prominence:
1.- Stairs, catwalks and inner linings in the Manchester School of Art. By Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. Further information on metalocus.es and photos on our albums on Pinterest, Facebook and Google+.
2- Inner linings in the Greek-inspired design of the OPSO restaurant, open all day long on the corner of the Paddington and Nottingham Place in London. By K-Studio. Further information on plataformaarquitectura.cl and photos on our albums on Pinterest, Facebook and Google+.
3.- Wood exterior cladding and inner linings in a new working farm in Somerset. By Hugh Strange Architects. Further information on hughstrange.com and photos on our albums on Pinterest, Facebook and Google+.
5.- Wood inner linings and exterior cladding in St Alban’s House in Hawksbury. By Rory Brooks Architects. Further information on plataformaarquitectura.cl and photos on our albums on Pinterest, Facebook and Google+.
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