It is said that a strong focus is important if success is to be achieved. We dared to do it and it has paid off in many ways. We are particularly pleased with the spectacular solutions that architects and designers have made with Lunawood Thermowood, as in recent years architects and designers have repeatedly chosen Lunawood Thermowood for stunning projects all around the world. In sustainable construction, material choices have become increasingly important and ecological wood materials are becoming increasingly popular. This change has also boosted Lunawood’s global recognition and popularity, as Lunawood’s products are truly sustainable at end of of their life cycle.
Several projects finished with Lunawood products have received recognition in the architectural media and competitions. We are grateful to share a collection of stunning, award-winning Lunawood projects from around the world.
Bosc d’en Pep Ferrer, Spain
This modern villa located next to the beach of Migjorn, on the south coast of the island of Formentera is in a beautiful harmony with the breathtaking environment.
The project is designed by architect Marià Castelló Martínez 2017. Bosc d’en Pep Ferrer was rewarded with the European ‘Best 22 Architects’ award’ for its outstanding design.
Casa A, Portugal
Privacy and altimetric duality of the plot are at the focus point in Casa A designed by REM’A arquitectos. Divided into two floors, Casa A fulfills two different relationship of use, social and private. The use of openings / terraces, corresponds to the field of action they delimit. The main volume is cladded with Lunawood Thermowood Façade, assembled in a slanted order, nestling the private area in durable and sustainable exterior cladding.
Casa A was chosen as ‘The Building of the Year 2020‘ in Archdaily’s ‘Best Applied product’ category.
Casa Montaña, Spain
Casa Montaña was produced in only four months in a factory in Madrid and transferred 600 km to its final location, crossing the Cantabrian mountains in 2016. Dipped in a modern bath of contemporary formation, this chiselled home, embraced by its historical surroundings, does anything but fall short on the definite essence of what it takes to be industrial. Casa Montaña has been awarded with the German Häuser ‘The House of the Year’ Award and selected to the Spanish Architecture Biennial. The house is designed by Neoblock Modular.
Project Ö, Finland
Project Ö is a dream of a couple whose aim was to find a visually and functionally suitable wood material for the exterior cladding, terraces, and interior to achieve the perfect outcome. The absolute requirement was that the exterior materials withstand the harsh weather and respect the modern and minimalistic design. Project Ö is designed by Aleksi Hautamäki and Milla Selkimäki.
The Project Ö achieved the Green Good Design Award 2021 in the category of Green Architecture. Eero Saarinen and Charles and Ray Eame founded GOOD DESIGN 71 years ago. Now, The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies continues a special edition of GREEN GOOD DESIGN. This Award focuses on the most important new international products and buildings and construction and planning projects that are leading the global way to a design that is fully sustainable and compatible with the highest standards of good environment.
Eaton Socon PreSchool, United Kingdom
For Eaton Socon Preschool Lunawood Thermowood was utilized to transform old school building into a natural environment that boosts the well-being, health and creativity of the preschoolers. The exterior cladding of the premises was developed by Millworks and Devlin Architects to deliver a mix of factory finished painted, fire protected and natural weathered Lunawood Thermowood cladding.
Eaton Socon Preschool has been nominated and awarded for RIBA East Award 2019 and RIBA East Project Architect of the Year 2019. In addition, it has also been shortlisted for the Rimba 2019 award list.