The main public space of the renovated Ochre Barn is broken up by a full-height OSB pod, which contains a bathroom and a utility room with a view. Construction-site offcuts comprise a 20-seat table, which architect Carl Turner made from a birch-core black phenolic-faced plywood, a waterproof material more commonly used to form concrete. The film-coated ply from UK supplier James Latham comes cheap, making it ideal for this kind of experimentation. Photo by Christoffer Rudquist.
GRADIENT BOOKCASE BY JORDI LOPEZ AGUILO. The product comes flat packed and can be assembled in a few minutes. The shelves are made from steel frames and poplar plywood boards. Each leg is a flat piece of phenolic plywood that is bent during the assembly of the components.” kutarq.com