Private Condominium in The Philippines

The Philippines owns 60,000 kilometres or a bit over 37,000 miles of coastline, and the beaches are one of the finest in South-East Asia.

This condo boasts Lunawood wall accents with the rays of light reflecting in and out creating depth and hitting the surface, much like the acclaimed rice terraces of the Philippines.

The Philippines is an archipelago of thousands of islands nested in a tropical maritime climate. No other wood material can withstand the hot and humid weather conditions like Lunawood Thermowood does.

Luna SHP 42×42
Architect -
Location Quezon City, The Philippines
Year 2018
Photos City Trade Construction

Urban Furniture VDNH Park Moscow

The sky is the limit. This is especially true for Lunawood Thermowood.  The end uses of Lunawood Thermowood are close to infinite. Moscow's harsh winters and hot summers are no match against the natural qualities, incomparable strength and durability of Lunawood Thermowood. Thermowood's natural yet bacteria-repellent properties and Punto Design'...

Architect Punto Design
Location Moscow, Russia
Year 2019

Private Apartment in South Africa

Much like trees providing shade and shelter, this private apartment in South Africa is equipped with the strength of trees: rooted in the South-African wilderness yet fortified and harnessed with Luna SHP solar shades and Luna SHP Profix 2 decking. Thermowood withstands the harsh elements of the southern hemisphere like no other...

Architect Ruben Reddy Architects
Location Johannesburg, South Africa
Year 2019
Photos NPP

Porto Aqua Pavilion

The new water research center in northern Portugal has complete turned around in terms of what it looked like before. The new Pavilion of the Water awakens curiosity through engaging games. Its characteristics are drawing on the strong connection of the Portuguese culture to rivers and the sea. Just as...

Architect A. BURMESTER Arquitectos
Location Porto, Portugal
Year 2019
Photos Tiago Casanova
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