Wood Windows – Wood is a premium choice. Wood can be used on both the interior and exterior of a window or door. As a lower maintenance option, wood can also be used on only the interior with an extruded aluminum cladding exterior.
This white-concrete guest house in the Mexican resort of Tulum is surrounded by dense tropical foliage, which can be viewed from above thanks to a large roof terrace.
One common feature of Japanese houses is that they have many sliding doors. In ancient times, they sometimes had dividing screens to partition large rooms. These partitions came to be fitted into the walls, but that caused inconvenience, so grooves were made allowing the partitions to slide.
Materials experts to uphold their commitment to wood expertise, including degreed wood professionals. These experts undergo annual training and wood specification-based education to stay abreast of the latest wood knowledge.
The framing around industrial-style wood window can be pencil thin (unlike steel, which requires a large beam to support a door). Requiring minimal framework, wood window are a great solution for open corner windows.
The facade of this modern house is made up of a wood grid with windows and perforated metal panels. These metal panels allow for a vertical garden to be grown over time.
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Andreas Petropoulos has recently completed the design of Daily Dose, a small takeaway coffee bar in the city of Kalamata, Greece, that features a white, black and wood interior.
Biasol designed Hutch & Co, a cafe and restaurant in Melbourne, Australia, that combines black elements like window frames, tiles and metal work with light wood and white furniture, and concrete floors.
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Modern and Practical Addition to an Existing Californian Bungalow
This built-in wood window seat takes advantage of the light from the tall windows and looks out onto the backyard. There’s also hidden storage underneath the upholstered cushion.