September 1st, 2015
White Oak is used universally across all branches of the woodworking industry due to its resistance against external influences. This log’s “pippy” figure is characterized by sound knots dotted throughout the grain. “Pippy” Oak is currently in style in architectural woodwork due to its rustic appearance.
This log is 43 to 138 inches in length with 11,217 square feet, all Flatcut and FSC Pure. Log Number: DFZ74999
Thank you everyone who came out to the AWI Chapter meeting in our design studio! Scott Markwood of Hafele presented an outstanding program on SEO, Marketing, and Social Media and afterwards we went out to the SkillsUSA competition at Freedom Hall in Louisville. Kids who compete there are among the most talented in the nation at their craft. Watching the future grow is one of the most exciting things in life…
Interwood is proud to be part of the largest architectural undertaking in US history. We’re supplying a figured Anegre log for the lobby at 30 Hudson Yards. At completion this building will be home to the highest observation deck in New York City, making our Anegre log visible to millions of visitors in the years to come.
more to come…
A new Gem is here. 115,904 square feet of contrasty Black Limba quarters with lengths of 11’ and widths of 12”+. Black Limba has long been a well known and well loved species to designers. Luckily, it’s resisted becoming a trend and has remained a popular choice in exotic woods over the years. The size and dimensions of this log alone make it perfect for an architectural project but it’s the consistant, striking grain which makes it a real star.
Black Limba, log # DMS75759
We’re proud to announce we’ve completed new training from the International Wood Products Association!
This badge shows we’ve completed the Wood Trade Compliance Training and Due Diligence Tools course in High Point. This includes a comprehensive analysis of the requirements of the Lacey Act and other laws relevant to trade in wood products. This course was developed in partnership with the World Resources Institute and supported by the US Agency for International Development.
Interwood has been a member of the IWPA for many years. We’ve been featured in the quarterly magizine twice highlighting our involvment in the Burj Duabi as well as our sourcing to a fleet of private aircraft.