White MAXI-Film plywood creates an atheistically pleasing feature for this renovated stairwell.
August 1st, 2014
MAXI Plywood takes the opportunity to congratulate Cos Interiors of Victoria, Australia for their winning combination of skilled craftsmanship and premium materials used to create this recently completed renovation in residential Melbourne. By utilizing the White MAXI-Film plywood for feature parts of the joinery involved in this project, in particular the stair case opening and the laundry cabinet doors Cos Interiors have created an amazing ambience which is created in part due to the feature detailing of the Birch plywood edge left proudly on display.
The MAXI-Film range of plywood is high-quality European Birch plywood with a Phenolic or Melamine resin film coating on both sides and available in 10 different colours. MAXI-Film comes as a 2440 X 1220mm sheet and is available in 9mm, 12mm, 18mm and 24mm thicknesses. The film coating is tough, durable, hard wearing and resists mildew and mould which combined with the Exterior rated Birch plywood makes it ideal for all Interior and Exterior Joinery and Architectural panel applications.
European and Russian Birch plywoods have long been recognised as the ultimate plywood panel available worldwide and this is largely due to the inherent structural stability the Birch timber is renowned 7/21/2014 2/5 for, in part thanks due to the extreme cold climates the timber is produced in resulting in slow growth of the timber. Birch plywood is typically peeled to a 1.5mm thickness per veneer and this combines to create plywood which is dynamically very stable and flat, and also creates the stunning plywood edge detail Designers and Architects are looking for.
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