Posts Tagged: Wood

Larson-Juhl builds Colosseums and Coasts

Colosseum by Larson-Juhl UK is a highly impactful new range that was designed and made in Italy. Very classical in terms of look and feel, Colosseum was inspired by the magnificence of Ancient Rome and the stepped design of the world’s most famous amphitheatre. Design Insider also discusses Larson-Juhl’s Coast to Coast additions. [Larson-Juhl have… Read More >

16 April 2019

Touchwood by Larson-Juhl UK

Interior designers with a passion for oak may like to consider Larson-Juhl’s Touchwoood Collection. These oak mouldings feature a natural veneered finish which is much easier to handle than solid oak when it comes to picture framing. Touchwood profiles are light, easy to cut and very affordable. The collection gives the opportunity to capture the… Read More >

19 March 2019

Larson-Juhl: new year, new products!

The latest ranges from Larson-Juhl, formerly known as Arqadia, have a European theme and embrace a number of current trends: the Riviera and Geneva. Design Insider explores these two ranges, which we hope will inspire your next project. [Click to discover Larson-Juhl on our Product Finder] Riviera Riviera features a stripped wood effect that is popular with many… Read More >

31 January 2019

Mizzi Studio’s Curvaceous clad Kiosks

The Royal Parks announce an exciting collaboration with Colicci to launch a collection of healthy food kiosks across London parks. Tom Raffield, who has become known for the transformation of wood using a unique method of steam bending, has been commissioned to realise Mizzi Studio’s design for curvaceous oak cladding for a number of the kiosks. Serving… Read More >

6 December 2018

Wood with Bisley

BCFA member Bisley known world wide for their metal storage, have taken the opportunity to tell us more about their timber collections. As Europe’s leading manufacturer of steel storage, Bisley know how to get the best out of this great material, but less well known is their design capabilities with wood and that they even have… Read More >

19 September 2018

Considering our material roots

When considering the longevity and influence of all the materials that we know and use on the planet, it’s easy to conclude that, being the oldest, stone must carry the most significance to us a species. After all, all of the natural stone we know was formed over millennia, as the earth itself took shape…. Read More >

13 September 2018