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Wall paper, decorative panels, and multipurpose cork rolls
Achieve a unique, natural look for the walls of your home, full of personality, by using our wallpapers and decorative panels. Also explore the versatility of our multipurpose rolls for a variety of different applications.
Sustainable decoration: 3 ideas for putting it into practice right away
Want to make your home more welcoming and nature-inspired? Follow these tips.
Detailing characterized by a saw-tooth edge applied for decoration.
Cork: a universe of possibilities one step away from the consumer
How cork became a favoured decoration element in furniture, upholstery, wall coverings, cushions and curtains.
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7 reasons to use cork in your home construction and decoration
Cork has been gaining prominence among architects, engineers and designers worldwide, who use it in increasingly creative and innovative ways. Indulge yourself, and enjoy all the benefits that this natural material has to offer.
Other applications of cork
As a result of technological advances and strong investment in R&D+I, the applications of cork are increasingly surprising, from its use in construction and architecture, in design, in the manufacture of clothing, jewelry and footwear, in furniture, decoration, health and cosmetics, in energy production, pollution…
Protect your table with cork coasters for your cups and glasses. Lightweight and waterproof, they can be used with all types of glasses or cups. The natural, neutral colour of cork will blend easily with the rest of your table decorations.
Cork inlay, where comfort meets beauty
The NRT technology allows the flooring manufacture to take advance of the exclusive properties of cork as part of a unique engineered multilayer structure.A natural material with incomparable insulation, and shock absorption features, cork provides superior comfort, noise reduction, thermal insulation and resistance. A…
Award-winning project and considered to be the "most beautiful"
Tacklebox Architecture developed the project of this new Claus Porto store, overseen by the architect Jeremy Barbour, whose portfolio includes a number of other commercial spaces in New York. He chose cork - one of Portugal’s most representative raw materials, as one of the project’s central elements, taking advantage…
Innovation is our attitude and driving force.
Like the sun, soil, and water have driven the cork tree to spread its branches as high and in the most diversified ways possible, we too feed on ideas. We feed on ideas, to thrive on innovation. That's how we always find something new to do with cork.The cork not incorporated into the stopper industry represents the id…
Cork backing is used in wall covering panels to increase soundproofing.
Vivid colours, rich textures, and a strong visual effect are the main features of the acoustic wall coverings created by the studio, Submaterial. Made from wool felt, they incorporate a cork layer that reinforces the soundproofing. Acoustic performance is a decisive factor for ensuring the comfort of any space, whether…
Raw Edges Under the name Raw Edges, Yael Mer & Shay Alkalay work towards a common goal: to create objects that have never been seen before. Yael's main focus lies in turning two-dimensional sheet materials into curvaceous functional forms, whereas Shay is fascinated by how things move, function and react. Since the…
The METAMORPHOSIS project brings together ten professionals from the fields of world design and architecture. Three of those invited are even winners of the Pritzker Prize: Álvaro Siza (Portugal), Eduardo Souto de Moura (Portugal) and Herzog & de Meuron (Switzerland). Also challenged to present different approaches…