The Pavilion for Peace Michal and Renata Hornstein
"The Pavilion for Peace has two objectives: collection and education. Enriched by the splendid donation from Hornsteins, it presents some 800 works: it is truly a museum within a museum. (...) Chosen through a competition, the architects created a building that breathes through the city."
Flooring: white oak: rift and quarter sawn.

Maple ... sounds good!
Maple ... finish on a high note!
The warm tones of maple! 
Hard maple

Godin guitars www.godinguitars.com

This chair is a proposal for a Japanese House for a family who likes reading books. Tok, Tok, by leaning front and back the chair can change its posture, to make it comfortable enough to take time and read a book. You can also stretch while sitting on this chair. The chair is not only designed for reading but also for use in the dining room.

 

 

 

A chair to be placed near the bar in a theater. The signature of this chair is its large and comfortable size. The slope of the back offers a comfortable sitting position and keeps you relaxed. A broad horizontal armrest can be used for putting a glass on.

 

 

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Create what you want with hardwoods from Canada and create the hallmark of genius. Be inspired by hardwoods and give new meaning to the design process! 

Welcome to the only blog devoted to appearance wood in Canada! I am passionate about hardwoods. I am also convinced that showing design possibilities is the best way to highlight the value of this wonderful material. 

With this blog, I would like to share my passion for and knowledge of eastern North American hardwoods.

 

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