Key facts

Product:
Larch bark
Family:
Barks as wall decoration
Manufacturer:
Freund >
Architonic ID:
1500587
Country:
Germany
Manufacturer groups :
Wall coverings-Wall panels >
Wood-Wood panels >
Groups:
Wall coverings-Wall panels >
Wood-Wood panels >

Product description

LARCH TREE BARK – Larch bark pictures and walls

In ancient times, the larch was considered as faith and custom "Holy tree" –  and this meaning still applies today. Larch was said to protect against evil, such as witches or fire. Larch wood has been a popular building material for a long time as well - not only in mountain regions. Its high resin content makes it particularly wind proof and weather proof. This is why it is often used in the form of roof shingles.

The bark of European larch creates a very special interior design. The up to 100 mm (3.94 inch) thick bark has an earthy red-brown character, and it is traversed with deep furrows.

Cautiously removed from trees –  which are intended for furniture and house development –  and applied to slabs, the larch impresses with its unique appearance in natural interior design concepts.

CHARACTERISTICS

- Material: larch tree bark glued to MDF carrier
- Sizes: 1200 x 2500 mm (47.24 x 98.42 inch)
- Material thickness: approx. 40 mm (1.57 inch) including carrier board
- Weight: ca. 29 – 31 kg per sqm
- Design: nature
- Uses: interior walls and furniture construction
- Slightly acoustically effective
- Assembly: nailing, screwing
- Delivery time: approx. 3 – 4 weeks

Credit: michael huber I www.huber-fotografie.at, Project: Hotel Eder in Maria Alm am Hochkönig

Product family

Concept

NATURAL PRODUCTS FOR ROOM DESIGN

The way in which we use natural materials in our product line Nature is a statement. The unique optic and haptic of our bark materials as wall decoration convey a sense of grounding and stability.

On the other hand, they are also an expression of individuality, exclusivity and aesthetics.

There is one thing our product line Nature always communicates: quality at the highest level. Integrated into modern living spaces they convey a feeling of comfort and well-being.