The introduction of timber to any space has an inherent warming effect, as we see in St Stephen’s Hospital in Queensland.
March 1st, 2015
Screenwood ceiling panels were installed along the vast entryway corridor including the reception and waiting room.
Combined with natural light and a fresh colour pallet, the space, designed by Conrad Gargett Architects, is inviting and practical. Supplied in Western Red Cedar with a tinted coating, the Screenwood linear timber modules enhance the area while providing acoustic amenity for the patients and staff.
Offering a complete solution, Screenwood is PEFC certified, acoustically rated, fire and VOC tested and made in Australia. Supplied in a range of timber species, profiles and coatings, Screenwood is ideal for any project from commercial and educational to health and hospitality fitouts.
Photo: Christopher Frederick Jones Photography
Project: St Stephen’s Hospital, Hervy Bay QLD
Specifier:Conrad Gargett Architects
Product: Screenwood 9040 WRC 12 walnut
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