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Inspirational Use of Plywood by PLY Architecture

by Chad Ludeman on January 18, 2008 · 3 comments

in Design,inspiration

PLY Architecture
If you’ve glanced at our plans today you’ve noticed we are spec’ing out a lot of plywood for flooring, storage, doors and even wall coverings to cut costs. I am always searching for innovative uses of plywood in modern architecture and design for this reason and stumbled upon PLY Architecture today. Stop by the PLY site and peruse some of their projects. It’s worth a visit if you love good design with inexpensive materials.
Study Space - PLY Architecture
Lamb Residence Interior - PLY Architecture
closet detail - PLY Architecture
Plywood Kitchen - PLY Architecture
kitchen detail - PLY Architecture

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1 Shawn January 19, 2008 at 9:52 pm

Hey Chad,

One of the coolest materials out there is “Baltic birch” plywood (a similar product is Europly). This material differs from “regular” birch ply in that there are no voids in the interior. This way, you can use the unfinished edge as a design element, rather than covering it up with edge-banding.

Some of your photos above use this product. It’s dimensionally stable and a treat to wok with. It’s a superior product in many respects.

One drawback to Baltic birch can be its size. While you can find it in standard 4×8 sheets, it’s commonly sold as a 5×5 sheet. The larger size offers you some cool design options, handling this size can be tough.

2 chad January 19, 2008 at 11:23 pm


Thanks for the info. I’ll have to look into these types of plywood further. We are also looking at formaldehyde free plywoods and other green sheet products like MDF, wheatboard and sunflower seed husk boards.

3 lavardera January 20, 2008 at 3:58 am

our friends at Kerf use if for their casework

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