Wood as a natural material lends itself to a variety of different uses, in particular when the creations are oriented towards sustainable development.
In the course of our research concerning wood we came across this very interesting lamp! This is a lamp completely covered by tree bark (even with the moss still attached).
After spending his entire childhood in the forest, the designer Robin Brown explains to what extent he had missed the natural elements during his life in London. As many of us, he had felt the need to bring nature in his urban environment. To sort the lamp with the rest of the furnishings why not choosing a table whose foot is a tree trunk! the table top frames the trunk and it reveals its heart .. in which it is possible to calculate the age of the tree (by counting the circles drawn in the wood).
And since there is no point having an ecological house if you pollute when you move, so here is a doubly environmentally friendly means of transport: a wooden bicycle.
In response to this need for nature, the comforting warmth of wood is largely declined in interior decoration. For example, the ceramic is extended to look like planks of wood imitating even its appearance.
In this spirit, wood effect tiles, also known as ceramic wood, is available in various colours and tile sizes such as 15×90 cm, 30×60 cm and 22.5×90 cm or in a square format which is original for laying today.
With these ceramic collections and this lamp, it is now possible to illuminate the floor and feel like in a log cabin in the trees in the middle of a metropolis! It may even be possible to combine tile and wood flooring!