Quertec by Lamellux

August 15th, 2011 by retail design blog

The material, a blend of wood and a clear or coloured transparent resin, comes in various sorts of wood: Oak, beech, maple, cherry, walnut, iroko, teak and wenge.
Each panel is sanded and then varnished. The way the panel can be treated is similar to a panel or work top made of varnished wood. It can be re-sanded and re-varnished. The panels are made on request and need specific tools to be machined and cut.

The material has been designed to enhance interior design items: interior and sliding doors, decorative panels, partitions, furniture and furniture parts like screens, counter fronts, and table tops. Stripe-forming mixes as well as patterns are possible. The thickness of a Quertec panel varies from 15 to 40 mm and will be calculated according to the end-use of the panel (maximum length :2.50 m ;maximum width : 1.20 m). The material is available in various shades and colours.

Designed by Lamellux


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