Wood interiors in a Norwegian Observation Pavilion compared to the inner linings of a US Winery. Which do you like most?

We are a technical carpentry which likes to look around the Internet. Every day, we read about and seek inspiration in large wood projects found on the Internet. We then share them through Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google + or Pinterest accounts. And sometimes we also write about them in our blog.

Here we show you two wood projects that are truly spectacular, where the inner linings are the absolute stars:


Tasting room at the Sokol Blosser Winery in Oregon (USA) – wood interiors

Work of the U.S. architects Allied Works Architecture. The project covers more than 500 m² where thewood ceilings, and the inner linings and the wood panelling overwhelm the senses. Built of fir and cedar, the wood walls take their inspiration from the ancient farm buildings in Oregon.

Here you can read the article at plataformaarquitectura.cl

Here you can see photos, the work of Jeremy Bitterman, in our Pinterest Board, in our Facebook album, and in our Google + album.

Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion at Hjerkinn (Norway) – wood interiors

One of the best wood projects we have ever seen. It is located at Hjerkinn (Norway) on the outskirts of the Dovrefjell National Park, with views of Snøhetta mountain. The 90 m² building has a rectangular frame made of raw steel and glass contrasts with the most spectacular part of the project: the wood panelling of the back wall shaped like eroded rock or ice. Some incredible wood interiors to match the surroundings

Here you can read the article at snohetta.com

Here you can see photos in our Pinterest Board, in our Facebook album, and in our Google + album.


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