Wooden wall by Wonderwall Studios

June 28th, 2011 by retail design blog

Wonderwall Studios uses natural materials, real and authentic. The wall is constructed using separate tiles. These tiles are shaped in a way that, after mounting, no connection lines will be visible. Wonderall Studios designs can be used for multiple purposes, wall panelling, furniture design, ceilings etc. Naturally the wooden wall is great for acoustics. Current collection consists of three designs: Brooklyn, Parker and Wheels.

Brooklyn – white wood – small
100% teak wood and a mix between new and old teak (max 2 year)
Constructed using both glue and small nails (1mm)
Length 60+7.5cm / Width 15cm / Depth 0.5-2cm

Parker – recycle wood – small
100% hard wood – minimum 80% teak
Other hardwood: Mahogany/Bengkirai/Kamper/Suar/ Meranti, Balua
Recycled wood (I.e Javanese redundant houses)
Constructed using solely glue
Length 60+7.5cm / Width 15cm / Depth 1-4cm

Wheels – recycle wood – large
100% hard wood – minimum 80% teakwood
Other hardwood: Mahogany/Bengkirai/Kamper/Suar/ Meranti, Balua
Recycled wood (I.e Javanese redundant houses)
Constructed using solely glue
Length 60+7.5cm / Width 15cm / Depth 1-4cm

http://www.archello.com/en/product/wonderwall-studios/262698

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3 thoughts on “Wooden wall by Wonderwall Studios

  1. Marijn says:

    That’s a very cool design! I’ve seen teak dining tables like that before, but I’ve never seen a wall like this. Next year we will redecorate our store, I will keep this one in mind!

  2. I like it so much because I do similar idea art

  3. Beatrix Schalk says:

    Straightline design in Vancouver, Canada, makes the same thing

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