One Main wooden office interior

Wooden interior design of One Main office (Boston) shows the astounding possibilities of Kerto LVL. The wavy wooden surfaces that comprise the interior are built entirely from cross-bonded Kerto® LVL panels that are usually used in structural members. ​All images by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin. http://www.metsawood.com/global/Campaigns/publications/references/Pages/One-Main-office.aspx
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The wavy wooden surfaces that comprise the interior are built entirely from cross-bonded Kerto® LVL panels  that are usually used in structural members. Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

The wavy wooden surfaces that comprise the interior are built entirely from cross-bonded Kerto® LVL panels that are usually used in structural members. Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Curved shapes were done using flat LVL panels. The ceilings, walls, floors and static furniture were all created as striated elements made from layers of Kerto® LVL.  ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Curved shapes were done using flat LVL panels. The ceilings, walls, floors and static furniture were all created as striated elements made from layers of Kerto® LVL. ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Designing and constructing the wooden interior for the One Main renovation project in Boston, USA is a showcase for an untypical use of Kerto® LVL (laminated veneer lumber). ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Designing and constructing the wooden interior for the One Main renovation project in Boston, USA is a showcase for an untypical use of Kerto® LVL (laminated veneer lumber). ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

The suspended ceiling is hanging from the roof slab with steel cables. There was plenty of structural redundancy to hang the quite lightweight ceiling panels from the roof slab.  ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

The suspended ceiling is hanging from the roof slab with steel cables. There was plenty of structural redundancy to hang the quite lightweight ceiling panels from the roof slab. ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Every part of the interior was fabricated off-site with a powerful three-axis CNC machine.  The architects handed over actual milling files – the actual cutting instructions – for fabrication, with the elements already mounted on some 1,200 Kerto® LVL panels to minimize waste. The instructions were then issued digitally to the numeric command machine. ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Every part of the interior was fabricated off-site with a powerful three-axis CNC machine. The architects handed over actual milling files – the actual cutting instructions – for fabrication, with the elements already mounted on some 1,200 Kerto® LVL panels to minimize waste. The instructions were then issued digitally to the numeric command machine. ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Functional wooden ceiling suspending from the roof slab. Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Functional wooden ceiling suspending from the roof slab. Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Kerto-Q LVL got the nod from dECOi Architects due to its thickness and because it comes in big panels.  ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

Kerto-Q LVL got the nod from dECOi Architects due to its thickness and because it comes in big panels. ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

The goal was to minimize labour on-site by using prefabricated elements. ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

The goal was to minimize labour on-site by using prefabricated elements. ​Image by dECOi Architects, Director Mark Goulthorpe, Project Architect Raphael Crespin.

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