Wood that won't rot: Wood and Stone Solutions series from Pure + Freeform

Designed by Will Pilkington and Geoffrey Hahn, the new series has panels designed to mimic the appearance of the namesake materials.

Pure + Freeform, a bespoke metal company specializing in architectural walls and ceilings, has launched a line of "indestructible" wood and stone finishes suitable for interior and exterior use.

The studio's new Wood and Stone Solutions series has panels designed to mimic the appearance of the collection’s namesake materials. Designed by founder Will Pilkington and creative director Geoffrey Hahn, thousands of wood grains and stones were matched for authentic appearing grain, texture, color and gloss, giving each of the metal panels a realistic look.

The panels are also lightweight and maintenance free, as well as perforated for acoustics.


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