A collaboration between top cultural leaders and the world’s most influential designers to create an American red oak Legacy.
Rycotewood Furniture students create storage solutions in American red oak.
An Australian exploration of an American timber species from multiple perspectives.
An experimental American red oak bar, designed by Chan and Eayrs and Sebastian Cox as part of Wallpaper* Handmade.
An exploration of space and material, designed by Sir David Adjaye in American tulipwood for London Design Festival 2008.
Students of the BCC were challenged to create a table with sustainable American red oak.
A three dimensional modular cross laminated tulipwood pavilion designed by Waugh Thistleton Architects.
Ten students were given two cubic feet of U.S. red oak and challenged to make a storage piece.
8 of Australia’s most highly regarded designers reimagine their works in American tulipwood.
A collaboration between EMBT and AHEC combining American red oak with woven fibre glass thread.
5 of Australia’s top designers collaborated with AHEC to create seats from American cherry and American tulipwood.
7 Designers demonstrate how good design and US hardwoods can leave a light environmental footprint.