Wood brings unique patterning, biophilic character, and warmth to interiors. This month, we celebrate wood and wood looks across different product categories, with a special emphasis on sustainability.
LIXIL Headquarters, Piscataway, NJ
Design: Gensler | Photos: Courtesy of Gensler | Wood Veneer Wallcovering
When designing LIXIL Headquarters, Gensler integrated products that embodied the company’s motto: “good living.” Spaces were developed to be flexible, enhance immersive product displays and encourage employees to come together. Wolf-Gordon’s wood veneer wallcovering was installed in the entrances and wash stations surrounding a completely touchless restroom. The company’s modern appliances paired perfectly with the sleek design of our American White Oak wood veneer wallcovering.
Regions Birth Center, St. Paul, MN
Design: BWBR | Photos: Brandon Stengel | RAMPART, WonderWood
BWBR incorporated wood veneer wallcovering into various spaces at Regions Birth Center to give it the warmth of a hospitality environment. Our Australian Walnut, Qtd WonderWood wallcovering was specified for common areas throughout the facility so the firm could maintain the use of natural wood at a reduced cost compared to wood panels.
Q2 Holdings, Austin, TX
IA Interior Architects | Photos: Peter Molick | Wood Veneer Wallcovering, Felted Wallcovering
Wolf-Gordon products were used throughout the newly built corporate headquarters of this digital financial services provider. Office and corridor walls were furnished with our Black Ebony and Brown Ash wood veneers. Our Felted wallcovering provides sound mitigation in conference rooms, private areas, and public spaces, and other walls were adorned with graphic shapes and digitally printed geometric patterns on the felt material.
Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY
Design: BKSK Architects and Interiors | Photos: R Koch | RAMPART
RAMPART is a great solution for high-traffic areas, which made it a perfect fit for Brooklyn Law School. BKSK Architects and Interiors put RAMPART Grain flexible wall protection to the test by wrapping columns and dividers, giving them the appearance of solid wood. Grain’s vertical embossing and matte finish contribute to the natural look and feel of the space.