Top 5 designs with wood
If there’s one material that’s included in almost every interior, it’s probably wood. It is a noble material that’s been used for centuries and still can’t be replaced by anything. In fact, there’s been a numerous amount of technological attempts to imitate the material, but attributes like its smell, noise when stepping on it and natural shapes can’t be imitated. It just won’t give off the same warm soothing feeling that natural wood does. 
Today we’re focusing on designs that take it to the very next level. 

The Room Mate Macarena‘s sophisticated craftmanship inspired by the natural elements transforms the hotel into a perfect blend of modern and traditional style. 
The MeeHotel uses wood as a constant guide throughout the whole project. From refined sculptural pieces that hang from a double height ceiling to dynamic fine panels constructed by many thin pieces of wood, it lures guests into every single corner of the hotel. 
The Myconian Naia‘s hexagonal pergola transforms a great space into an outstanding one, giving it character and even a unique phisical sensation to guests.
The Onejee Hotel‘s spaces are fantastically divided by an array of wood structures that form wavy patterns that appear and disappear depending on the angle they’re looked at. 
The Six Senses Bhutan makes use of clean, minimalist tasteful wooden interiors, from fine blinds to polished trays, the project is full of exquisite details that prove admirable eyes were behind its design. 
Search for WOOD and explore the beautiful results!
  Madrid, Spain
by Tomas Alia
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  Shenzhen, China
by PANORAMA Design Group
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  Mikonos, Greece
by Galal Mahmoud Architects
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  Shenzhen, China
by PANORAMA Design Group
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  Thimphu, Bhutan
by Habita Architects & Six Senses Resorts & Spas
supplied by Kohler Co.
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