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    Woodform Architectural’s Top 10 gorgeous curved walls in architecture

    Woodform Architectural

    Woodform Architectural has compiled a list of beautiful and visually striking curved walls in Australia and around the world, showcasing majestic timber varieties in architecture.

    Lobby, 207 Kent Street, Sydney

    This classy and visually appealing elevator lobby is enveloped in American White Oak timber with the narrow spacing working well with the curved wall to emphasise the large room.

    Kooyong House, Melbourne

    The curved wall takes off from the front of a boom style double fronted Victorian home with the contemporary addition to the home showing the creative context that can be used with curved walls.

    Glenunga International High School

    Spotted Gum was used in this interior application in the school library creating a fun environment. It shows how curved walls can create their own feature and don’t need to be added to existing walls.

    Green Square North Lobby, Brisbane

    This space was originally transformed to reflect the company’s premium brand and architecture of the building. The layout helps define the public space with the skylight also incorporated into the timber design.

    Corporate Breakout, Canberra

    Going beyond the typical architecture of the interior and exterior of buildings, this contemporary sky garden uses Woodform Architectural’s concept click timber battens.

    Main Ridge Residence, Mornington Peninsula

    The use of timber on timber captures all the different tones with a distinct spiral staircase design surrounded by Woodform Architectural’s vertical cladding curved wall. The slate tiles incorporated into the timber theme also give off an earthy vibe.

    Wesley College, Melbourne

    Found inside the school walls at Wesley College, the Spotted Gum feature, though rarely seen in school buildings, creates a visually pleasing atmosphere.

    Lobby, 110 Walker Street, North Sydney

    This concept click with thin timber battens is a subtle effect that changes the entire space.

    Contemporary Woodland Garden, Sevenoaks, England

    The garden concept was designed to have a wow factor, and began as an overgrown, neglected green space to be transformed into a glorified manicured landscape. The curved vertical timber retaining walls are railway sleepers, creating a distinct feature between the wall and the lawn.

    Le Refuge, Rhône-Alpes, France

    This ski resort apartment has furniture fitted into the walls. The curved furniture walls interlock into one another creating the illusion of more space with a sophisticated design. The timber material is a perfect match for the alpine ski resort.

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