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Wooden facade

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Using 100 year old fir reclaimed from an abandoned grain storehouse in Alberta, design firm MODA created a screen of 'fins' over top of the concrete exterior of this building.

100 year old fir reclaimed from an abandoned grain storehouse was used as a screen of wooden fins to create a modern building facade.


Minimalistische architectuur met een focus op leefbaarheid en woonervaring – Minimalist architecture with focus on quality of life and living experience

Cambridge House - McLaren.Excell – Architecture & Bespoke Interiors

Photo Credits: Simone Bossi read more The Splash Lab Los Angeles, USA Ingersoll Road West London Park Corner Barn Chilterns, Oxfordshire Downshire Hill Hampstead, London view all projects

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We are excited to share our latest "National Gymnastic Arena’s Park" project with you. IDEA's design emphasises the natural spirit of the space which provides a stunningly beautiful atmosphere around the arena. High-quality customizable benches, wooden & metal facades, tree grilles, flagpoles, cabanas, swings, hammocks, planters and recycle bins are a part of the project. The wood used in this project is impregnated, D4 glue-laminated and coated by water-based paint, which is certified by the
Just like#Parklex Facade Panels, our new MATT Panels are a stratified, maintenance-free wooden board, that combines the benefits of wood with the technical requirements necessary for long-term, optimum outdoor performance.
Bucerías is everything that comes to mind when anyone mentions an “authentic Mexican village” to a visitor: it’s a small place, with cobblestone streets perfect for strolling while admiring the homes and their unique architecture—very typical of the area, with brightly-colored façades and wooden doors. And behind each one, its charming, welcoming owners.