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Steccawood and the warmth of timber

With STECCAWOOD, Polytec shows that the warmth of a natural wood-style finish is never going out of style.

  • iDraft Architects recently specified a new Polytec product in Black Woodmatt in its joint office space with Cozzcorp Projects



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May 28th, 2018


Always popular in the design world is a natural looking wooden finish. It provides warmth and a touch of classic style. From traditional designs to modernism and beyond, the aesthetics of natural timber have charmed design lovers and designer alike for as long as we can remember, which is why the STECCAWOOD range from Polytec is so charming.

STECCAWOOD provides a warm and rich textural appearance for a wide variety of panelling. The new range is ideal for wall and ceiling applications in either a vertical or horizontal setouts, with prefinished decorative battens that create strong directional lines, adding a striking feature to any internal commercial space.

iDraft Architects recently specified STECCAWOOD in Black Woodmatt in their joint office space with Cozzcorp Projects

iDraft Architects recently specified a new Polytec product in Black Woodmatt in its joint office space with Cozzcorp Projects

Polytec has made STECCAWOOD from an E–Zero MDF material wrapped in decorative overlay battens that impart the realism, warmth and character of timber, providing a durable and cost-effective solution.

iDraft Architects recently specified the finish in Black Woodmatt in its joint office space with Cozzcorp Projects, creating a space that boasts modernity and sophistication. STECCAWOOD is fast becoming the number one choice in feature walls and panelling among designers, as it offers the ease of buying pre-finished battens. The result is timeless in style and design.


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