Solid wood furniture in interior design

Solid wood furniture in interior design

Plywood, glulam, MDF sheets and OSB are all good, can be economically viable and perform certain functions effectively, but none of them provide the same feel as solid wood. The nobility of this material is generally accompanied by a high cost, but the aesthetic and sensory qualities are unmatched.

Below we have collected examples of projects that use solid wood in furniture elements. Tables and chairs, beds and cabinets in wood of different species, new or demolition, refined or rustic, with different textures and colors that can serve as inspiration for your architectural or interior design.

Apartment Topázio / Sabiá Arquitetos.  Photo © Pedro VannuchiApartment Perdizes / Pietro Terlizzi Arquitetura.  Photo © Guilherme PucciCasa Ibiuna / Estúdio Penha.  Photo © Fran Parente+ 15

Pepigari House / Brasil Arquitetura

Casa Pepigui / Brasil Arquitetura.  Photo © Nelson Kon
Casa Pepigui / Brasil Arquitetura. Photo © Nelson Kon

Apartment Faria Lima / Pietro Terlizzi Arquitetura

Apartment Faria Lima / Pietro Terlizzi Arquitetura.  Photo © Guilherme Pucci
Apartment Faria Lima / Pietro Terlizzi Arquitetura. Photo © Guilherme Pucci

Canto House / Paralelo Zero

Casa do Canto / Parallel Zero.  Photo © Nuno Almendra
Casa do Canto / Parallel Zero. Photo © Nuno Almendra

Apartment Topázio / Sabiá Arquitetos

Apartment Topázio / Sabiá Arquitetos.  Photo © Pedro Vannuchi
Apartment Topázio / Sabiá Arquitetos. Photo © Pedro Vannuchi

Trancoso House / Estúdio OR+K + TODOS Arquitetura

Casa Trancoso / Estúdio OR+K + TODOS Arquitetura.  Photo © André Klotz
Casa Trancoso / Estúdio OR+K + TODOS Arquitetura. Photo © André Klotz

Apartment Perdizes / Pietro Terlizzi Arquitetura

Apartment Perdizes / Pietro Terlizzi Arquitetura.  Photo © Guilherme Pucci
Apartment Perdizes / Pietro Terlizzi Arquitetura. Photo © Guilherme Pucci

Casa da Quinta Verde / Manuel Belo Arquitetura

Casa da Quinta Verde / Manuel Belo Arquitetura.  Photo © Ricardo Oliveira Alves
Casa da Quinta Verde / Manuel Belo Arquitetura. Photo © Ricardo Oliveira Alves

House DP / GN Architecture + Interiors Maresca

House DP / GN Architecture + Interiors Maresca.  Photo © Marcelo Aniello
House DP / GN Architecture + Interiors Maresca. Photo © Marcelo Aniello

Ibiúna House / Estúdio Penha

Casa Ibiuna / Estúdio Penha.  Photo © Fran Parente
Casa Ibiuna / Estúdio Penha. Photo © Fran Parente

Apartment IRI / VOA Arquitetura

Apartment IRI / VOA Arquitetura.  Photo © Rafael Renzo
Apartment IRI / VOA Arquitetura. Photo © Rafael Renzo

Apartment Edificio Brasil / Alvorada Arquitetos

Apartment Edificio Brasil / Alvorada Arquitetos.  Photo © Pedro Kok
Apartment Edificio Brasil / Alvorada Arquitetos. Photo © Pedro Kok

Apartment nº205 / Mana arquitetura

Apartment nº 205 / Mana arquitetura.  Photo © Carolina Lacaz
Apartment nº 205 / Mana arquitetura. Photo © Carolina Lacaz

Apartment 107N / BLOCO Arquitetos

Apartment 107N / BLOCO Arquitetos.  Photo © Haruo Mikami
Apartment 107N / BLOCO Arquitetos. Photo © Haruo Mikami

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