Screenwood’s oak timber screens lend texture and temperature to learning environments at UNSW.
October 28th, 2014
American White Oak has become an increasingly popular choice for timber features. Consistently blonde in tone, Oak provides a natural texture without competing with other design elements in a space.
Used here at UNSW, Screenwood’s linear timber wall panels bring warmth and visual interest to the lecture theatres and student common areas, all while providing echo reduction and acoustic amenity.
Specifier: Bates Smart
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