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    WOODEN AQUARELLEcolouring wooden surfaces

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    Provoked by the movement of pigments and water the compositions are formed by an autonomous colour-dynamic. Wooden aquarell, a colouring technique for wooden surfaces, allows the mass production of individually unique pieces.

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    Wooden Aquarelle is the result of a material study to colour wood. In a first step the woo-den panel is clamped onto a water-proof frame. The wood is then coloured by ad-ding pigmented water which soaks into the wood. The tinted water evaporates within a few hours and leaves a unique structure. After drying, the coloured wood is varnished with a transparent finish.

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    The addition of liquid pigments on a wooden surface provokes an autonomous colour response. Random colour-gradients, soft transitions, polychrome streaks and nuances cover the wooden material like a translucent ink. (above: wet colour dynamic)

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    Only the colour palette used for the initial impulse is controllable. The colouring process runs chaotically and leaves random, dynamic patterns.

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    Result are structured wooden sheets. After drying the surface is protected with a trans-parent finish.

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    Further processing of the pigmented wood is optional. The method creates decorated woo-den sheets which can be used in various ways such as a base mate-rial for furniture, wall panels, or floor tiles.

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    This aquarelle technique was once used by painters August Macke and Emil Nolte.

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    sample #1 coloured board 1150 x 1150 mm

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    White gabs can be achived by leaving pigments in this area.

    sample #2 coloured board 1150 x 1150 mm

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    sample #3 coloured board 1150 x 1150 mm

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    sample #4 coloured board 1150 x 1150 mm

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    sample #5 coloured board 1150 x 1150 mm

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    detail#1 detail#4

    detail#2 detail#5

    detail#3 detail#6

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    detail#7 detail#10

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    raw colours

    RAL 090 80 90

    RAL 030 30 45

    RAL 360 50 50

    RAL 220 50 40

    RAL 280 20 20

    RAL 240 30 25

    Colours like green, orange, turquoise or other colours are made by a mixture of the offered colours. Please ask seperately if you need the RAL number of a precise mix-colour.During the colouring process the liquid colours are mixing themselves in an auto-nomous process. It is possible that single colours are no more visible.

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    The coloured wood is base material for furniture applications.It can be used and treated like com-mon wooden sheet material. It is ideal for plane furniture like tables.

    FURNISHINGS

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    room devider

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    The screen is made out of single boards. A U-shape is inserted on the top and bottom of the wood, fixed on one side but freely movable on the other. The metal part combines both connector and hinge in one part.

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    side tables

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    The side tables are es-sentially diagonally split cubes. Different heights make them nestable. They can be combined in various arrangements suggestive of mosaic.

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    The side tables are made out of one coloured board to get matching edges.

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    dining table

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    A square dining table is construc-ted nearly cut-free. The colou-red wood is curved down on the edges to get a continuous decor. The table has removable legs to allow it to ship flat.

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    WOODEN AQUARELLE

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