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International Wood Magazine Feature Articles

Below is a sampling of projects featured in the annual award-winning 
International Wood showcasing exotic wood species and the
complementary relationship domestic and imported species provide for
architects and designers.

 

 

Featured Articles

 

March 2016

The Chenequa Residence: A Home Innately Anchored to the Natural World
Marrying Natural Elements in a Home

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species
Wood Highlight:  Sapele

  


December 2015

Fostering Responsible Sourcing Through The Borneo Initiative
A Conversation with Alex Gama of The Borneo Initiative


October 2015

Grounded in the Natural World
High End Custom Design for Exterior Ipe Use


Lesser-Known Timber Species 
Wood Highlight: Santa Maria


 

August 2015

Adding Modern Edge

Reconstituted Veneers Add Modern Aesthetic in the West Coast Style Show Home

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species  

Wood Highlight: Jatoba

 

July 2015

Trends in Outdoor Living

International Woods Can Be Used to Create Beautiful Outdoor Spaces. 

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species  

Wood Highlight: Greenwood

 

 

June 2015

A Very Cool Place to Call Home

Domestic and Exotic Woods Compliment Each Other in Unique Applications Throughout this Home. 

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species  

Wood Highlight: Tali / Sasswood

 

 

 

May 2015

Exotic Accents from Around the World

Combining Multiple Woods with Other Materials Results in a Dramatic Effect

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species  

Wood Highlight: Cuta / Santo Domingo - Boxwood


  

 

April 2015

Nordic Cool

Plywood as Art   

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species  

Wood Highlight: Tornillo

 

 

March 2015

The Miniot Collection

Makes Apple Shine    

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species

Good for Business, Good for Forests
Wood Highlight: 
Antiaris

 

February 2015

Dream Lodges

Event Accommodation for Discriminating Fans    

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species

Good for Business, Good for Forests
Wood Highlight: Hura

 

January 2015

6 Top Tropical Decking Species

Top six tropical decking choices to consider. 

 

Lesser-Known Timber Species

Good for Business, Good for Forests, an interview with the World Wildlife Federation.

 

Project Highlights Listing

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2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
2011 Edition features Winning with Wood, Trade Shows, A Snap with Plywood, Veneers, A Tradition of Adding Class, Restaurant: Possible with Plywood, International Floors and Decks, Beech-Ipe, A Rocky Mountain High, Ready-Made Home 2010 Edition of International Wood, featuring International Floors and Decks, Plywood: Hard Working and Good Looking, Built to Last, Designing for Good, All Hands on Deck (with Cumaru) International Wood, featuring the Leading Edge of Design: Exotic Wood Floors and Decks, Sacred Spaces, Inspirational Species, Contemporary Approaches to Stately Renovations, Pet-Tastic Designs Imported Wood, featuring: Ipe Creates a Sparkling Oasis in Downtown Houston, Plywood-Star of Stage and Screen, Sustaining Harmony with Sustainable Wood, Puttin' on the Retail Ritz with Veneer

 


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