Lunawood Thermowood is a sustainable material that allows the aesthetic qualities of wood to be utilized in floating solutions with improved technical properties thanks to the use of heat and steam in production. Thermowood is resin-free, dimensionally stable and resistant to decay even outdoors in harsh climates.
Marasi Floating Homes by Admares
Marasi floating homes combine luxurious Dubaian architecture and Nordic wood on a 12-kilometer beach boulevard in Dubai. The state-of-art floating villas have 2-4 bedrooms, an outdoor terrace and a swimming pool. The villas feature a modern Lunawood facade and solar shades perfect for hot climates.
|Product used ||Luna SHP 42×68 |
|Architect ||U+A |
|Location ||Dubai |
|Year ||2017 |
Floating Sauna in Oslo
This modern sauna village in Oslo Harbour stands between the Opera and Monica Bonvicini Das Eismeer. the building is provided by Sorenga Badstuflate and features Lunawood Thermowood horizontal cladding. Thanks to the dimensional stability afforded to the wood through the certified thermal modification process of Nordic softwood makes it suitable for use in heat and humidity as much as cold and harsh weather conditions that the sauna building might be subjected to.
|Location ||Oslo, Norway |
|Year ||2020 |