Bill Amberg Studio creates dramatic installation at 22 Bishopsgate
Sculptural leather panels make a serious first impression at London’s tallest tower.
Wonderwall Studios create wood panelling by upcycling salvaged woods from all over the world and giving discarded timber a second life. The panelling is also manufactured in the country it is found in, which cuts down on travel emissions.
The product – Ledger – is made from bog oak, which has been buried in peat bog for hundreds or thousands of years. The oak is protected from decay due to the absence of oxygen.
It’s the unique stories behind all of Wonderwall’s products that make them fascinating and intriguing to specify.
The focus at Storm Board is turning waste plastic into a weatherproof and recyclable alternative to plywood. It is made from 100% waste materials.
Storm Board use waste plastics to produce a board that, due to its weather resistant properties, can be reused many times and recycled into another board at the end of its life.
This tough general-purpose board outperforms its wooden contemporaries in outdoor and wet environments. The standard colour is speckled grey/black or speckled green, but the range also comes in a variety of colours and textures. It can be used in a number of applications, both indoor and outdoor, thanks to its easy to clean and weatherproof polyolefin skin.
Corkwall is a 3D wall panel made from recycling a by-product from wine cork production. It is an environmentally friendly, renewable and biodegradable product.
It comes in a good range of colours and is naturally acoustic, which makes it perfect for office spaces, particularly meeting rooms. We have recently specified this product on a project, and it ticks all the boxes for a sustainable and unique wall finish.
The recycled leathers in Buxkin’s Ribbed products are made from leftovers from the shoe industry. The Ribbed range is popular amongst our designers, as the product is very versatile and can be used on a number of applications, including wall panelling, upholstery and joinery. We regularly use Buxkin products, as they are both practical and beautiful.
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