Here's just a sampling of projects featured in the annual award-winning magazine, International Wood. These projects showcase international exotic wood species in exterior applications. Exotic woods lend themselves to outdoor uses, with their durability and longevity in application.
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International Floors & Decks
Event Accommodation for Discriminating Fans.
6 Top Tropical Decking Species
Top six tropical decking choices to consider.
Ipé Goes Urban
The warm tones of ipé wood were the inspiration to bring nature into an urban space for a Harlem Terrace in New York.
A Manhattan penthouse showcases dark wenge flooring and complementary accoutrements for this man-cathedral.
The architects and designers of Bercy Chen Studios LP chose massaranduba (Brazilian redwood) for the Shore Vista Boat Dock in Austin, Texas.
A Safe Bet for Decking
Atlantic City discusses advantages of cumaru in its 944,000 boardwalk in an environment of sand and salt water.
Mad About Padauk
Padauk wood has such an extraordinary strong color. It is the perfect material for the home design focusing on art and color.
Imported Hardwoods at the Heart of Millennium Park
Imported hardwoods play a significant role throughout Chicago's Millennium Park.
A Great Project on a Great Lake
Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin unifies the interior and exterior environments with ipé.
Imported Wood at Home
A Santos mahogany floor adds unique elegance in downtown Madison, Wisconsin luxury condominiums.
Cumaru: A Tennessee Country Music Star
Ryman Auditorium mixes original oak flooring with cumaru for a stage that is an aesthetic beauty.
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