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10—05—2016

What Will Architectural Design with Plywood Look Like in the Next Ten Years?

Do you really need to polish up that crystal ball to have an understanding of how plywood panels will feature in architectural design in the future?

Not if you visited the Design Build Expo 2016.  Plywood is obviously no longer that cheap option to build packing cases – the imagination is the only limit to the amazing architectural design possibilities.

Clever, innovative and visually stunning CNC routed plywood panels and exciting Maxi Edge panel designs on the MAXI Plywood Design Build stand caught the eye and imagination of architects, designers, specifiers and joinery craftsman alike.

It’s all relative! Just look at Einstein brought to life with CNC routed perforation holes on Maxi Birch – a piece of living art to grace the finest abode.

The fascination with timber is age old and recently the tactile warmth of wood has created a massive resurgence in popularity with contemporary architectural plywood designs. The trend is showing no signs of slowing or stagnating. Plywood’s beautiful grain and exposed edge feature are promoted and highlighted in a myriad of exterior and interior projects.

Works of art like our Einstein panel; ceiling & wall panels in perforated designs; furniture with textured film surfaces; stairs; shop fitouts; and flooring will continue to find new and innovative support from up and coming designers and architects.

New plywood designs, timbers and joinery craftsmanship have fired the creative imagination of modern designers and artisans. In the foreseeable future this versatile decorative and simply elegant timber panel will continue to lead the way in design applications.

So, in ten years’ time why won’t we still be in love with this beautiful architectural plywood?

Call Maxiply today and own a work of art tomorrow.

Contact us for more information
Posted by: Alysha Grimshaw

10—05—2016

What Will Architectural Design with Plywood Look Like in the Next Ten Years?
Posted by: Alysha Grimshaw

Do you really need to polish up that crystal ball to have an understanding of how plywood panels will feature in architectural design in the future?

Not if you visited the Design Build Expo 2016.  Plywood is obviously no longer that cheap option to build packing cases – the imagination is the only limit to the amazing architectural design possibilities.

Clever, innovative and visually stunning CNC routed plywood panels and exciting Maxi Edge panel designs on the MAXI Plywood Design Build stand caught the eye and imagination of architects, designers, specifiers and joinery craftsman alike.

It’s all relative! Just look at Einstein brought to life with CNC routed perforation holes on Maxi Birch – a piece of living art to grace the finest abode.

The fascination with timber is age old and recently the tactile warmth of wood has created a massive resurgence in popularity with contemporary architectural plywood designs. The trend is showing no signs of slowing or stagnating. Plywood’s beautiful grain and exposed edge feature are promoted and highlighted in a myriad of exterior and interior projects.

Works of art like our Einstein panel; ceiling & wall panels in perforated designs; furniture with textured film surfaces; stairs; shop fitouts; and flooring will continue to find new and innovative support from up and coming designers and architects.

New plywood designs, timbers and joinery craftsmanship have fired the creative imagination of modern designers and artisans. In the foreseeable future this versatile decorative and simply elegant timber panel will continue to lead the way in design applications.

So, in ten years’ time why won’t we still be in love with this beautiful architectural plywood?

Call Maxiply today and own a work of art tomorrow.

Contact us for more information