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Residential project, Hong Kong

Features: The natural teak deck is taking the dining area to the next level, the flooring match with the dining table perfectly. 100% organic Southeast Asian Teak, creating an inviting, cozy atmosphere to the room. The suspended installation system allows an easy way for installation and maintenance. Deck maintenance is easier than you think!
 

Species: Teak

Residential project, Hong Kong

Features:  South American Walnut wood slab is elegant and classic, this eye-catcher will immediately draw the attention of anyone who enters the room. Nature has left its mark on this slab. The landlord keeping the natural live edge and wood knots for the warmth and an original look.


Species: South American Walnut

Residential project, Hong Kong

Features: The living room is inspired Japanese ZEN style. The clean line of Ash rope shelf and dark tone tatami mat given a serenity, relaxing ambiance. The cream white Ash wood slab creates the warmth along the natural live edge to the space. 
Perfect demonstration of Zen philosophy, combining the design and natural environment, return to natural and find the inner peace.

Species: Ash

Public Institution, Hong Kong

Project: Exterior hardwood cladding & planter


Features: the project has incorporated Tigerwood and Cumaru wood for outdoor cladding and planter usage, the two species of hardwood originated from South America that are naturally resist to mold, mildew and decay. We applied exterior oil coating for better protection and to extend the life expectancy of the wood.

 

The natural pattern of Tigerwood resembled tiger skin pattern that offered an unique, cozy and inviting atmosphere to the place.

Species: Muiracatiara & Cumaru

Commercial project (Office), Hong Kong

 

Features: Combined South and North American Walnut connecting with resin to manifest the beauty of wood, creating a luxurious and aesthetic appeal; Base board with wheels was installed inside the coffee table, allowing the coffee table to move around the office.

Species: South & North American Walnut

Commercial project (Office), Hong Kong

 

Features: Stylish Irregular shape of Walnut with sapwood table creating a contemporary yet distressed vibe for staff to enjoy the working environment; Handpicked 2 pieces of wood slabs from the same tree for a matching grain; designer specifically design the shelves underneath the table to make the most of the space.

Species: South American Walnut

Commercial project (Office), Hong Kong

Features: Beautiful grain on Golden Teak adding the warmth to the room, balance the texture and tone for a contemporary and relaxing working environment; Installed a wireless charging device underneath the counter top, a good example of combination of technology, style and usefulness.

Species: : African Teak

Commercial project (Office), Hong Kong

 

Features: 6m one-sided live edge solid wood table with matching grain in the joint, 3m solid wood table with matching grain benches.


Species: South American Walnut

Hospitality project (Cafe), Hong Kong

 

Features: Barstool with Wenge solid wood legs; Sideboard & banquette with Walnut veneer & grooved 3mm thick lamella panals to avoid scratches in high traffic area.


Species: Wenge, Walnut

School project, Hong Kong
 

 

Featured product: Garapa hardwood

 

 

decking & Merbau benches.

 

*Due to extreme weather in HK, special water resistant coating has applied.

Species: Garapa, Merbau

Residential Project - Villa
Providence Peak (Hong Kong)

Featured product:
Hardwood decking 

Species: Cumaru

Residential Project - Pergola
Providence Peak (Hong Kong)

Featured product:
Hardwood post, decking, lumber

Species: Merbau

Residential Project - Sauna
Hainan (China)

Featured product:
Softwood boards

Species: Spruce

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