Tag: American Hardwood Export Council
Connected: 9 designers, 3 hardwoods, 1 workshop
Connected is an experiment set out to explore how designers and craftsmen adapt their working practices during lockdown.
An innovative "Blushing Bar" made of red oak
The innovative red oak “Blushing Bar” is the result of the collaboration between the architects Chan + Ears and Sebastian Cox with the AHEC (American Hardwood Export Council).
MULTIPLY: from social housing to climate change
Waugh Thistleton Architects and Arup have collaborated with the American Hardwood Export Council to create an interactive modular maze-like installation in The Sackler Courtyard at the V&A.
London Design Festival 2018: new installations around the city
London Design Festival will launch a series of city-wide commissions and installations
Copperwood: ash, glass and minimal design
The architectural project curated by the HAUS team includes the thermally-modified American ash for the coating of external and internal walls
Red oak wood covers the headquarters of Bloomberg
Designed by Foster + Partners, the beautiful headquarter of more than 1.1 million sq.ft of the financial information giant Bloomberg is already competing for major international architecture awards.
American cherry brings sophistication to London home by Amin Taha Architects + GROUPWORK
Amin Taha Architects + GROUPWORK have renovated a 1950s house in London’s Bayswater area, cleverly restoring travertine and cherry panelling using American cherry.
Maggie's Centre: the first building made of American lamellar hardwood, in England
With the aim of making the structure of the building closer to the philosophy of the Centre, the dRMM Architects studio chose tulipier for the positive influence of wood on people and because it is about 70% more resistant to bending than a typical wood of coniferous CLT.
An organic staircase from American Tulipwood for Amot Atrium Tower
Located at the entrance of the Ramat Gan central business district in Tel Aviv, it presents a richly detailed and dynamic façade to visitors entering the city.