The marbling patterns are the result of color freely floated on either plain water or a viscous solution and then carefully transferred to the absorbent wood surface - "Marbelous Wood" flooring by Pernille Snedker Hansen - photo Snedker Studio
Bolefloor, a Dutch company that has developed technology that make natural shaped wood flooring possible at the large scale through the use of scanning and CAD technology. Which means, in Bolefloor's words, "more floors per forest." …shared by Vivikene
I love how this cafe has used recycled materials to create authentic texture. A contemporary wall treatment created by artfully combining a furniture maker’s wood scraps. By Anne-Sophie Poirier for the Slowpoke Cafe, Melbourne Australia.