Supawood’s Supaslat Maxi light weight beams have been used creatively in the fit-out of a warehouse which now houses the NSW headquarters of a sporting body at Belrose. Here Supaslat Maxi forms a stunning ceiling and wall feature which welcomes you on entering the building.
Supaslat Maxi beams will not warp or twist and weigh less than 2kg a lineal meter enabling the designers to cleverly suspend the beams overhead to create a curved floating ceiling into which the lighting is integrated. The beams continue down the wall providing a screen for the stairs and a backdrop to the reception seating area.
The curved edge of the ceiling beams are mirrored by the carpet edge below to define the area while the warm of the Blackwood natural timber veneer finish of the beams blends with the rest of the polished wooden floor. As the Supaslat Maxi can also be supplied in any custom length it allowed for the effect to also flow through past the reception desk and into the building beyond.
Supawood advised the designer throughout the design process to arrive at the desired effect of the screen on the wall flowing through to the overhead horizontal beams. This is an excellent example of how Supawood’s Supaslat Maxi beams easily worked with and manipulated to achieve a creative effect that enhances and adds atmosphere to an interior.