This collection includes three species: Western Redwood (revitalized wine tanks from the Pacific Northwest – when the veneers are being sliced you can still smell the wine that aged in the tank), Oregon Black Walnut (procured from from urban salvage in Oregon), and Old Growth Douglas Fir (recycled from warehouse deconstruction – beams are picked from the best, tightest grain). Beyond the unparalleled patina of the aged wood and the hard, straight grains, reclaimed timber helps us re-use and recycle materials that would otherwise be landfill.
The reclaimed timber veneer is recycled, and panel substrate are both FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified. The MDF substrate is from environmentally responsible sources, and meets the most stringent formaldehyde emission standards in the world. The wood is provided unfinished. The panels we procure is FSC Mixed Credit (sw-coc-001962). These choices can help projects earn LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) credits.
First photo: a shop with Reclaimed Wood Panels with Puck
Round in polished chrome, Reclaimed Wood Rigger a 2-Way, and a T-Unit. All in Old Growth Western Redwood.
Second photo: a close-up of the Rigger Panels in Old Growth Western Redwood, Puck
Round Faceout and Shelf Brackets.
Third photo: floor fixtures combine the reclaimed wood species with a strong, brushed chrome frame. Here, the 2-Way and T-Unit utilizing the Puck System
, both in Old Growth Western Redwood..
click the "Catalogs,..."
link the bottom
of the page