The use of cork products among Architects continues to grow. With many attracted to cork for its sustainability benefits and others simply for the unique look.
This article will cover how Architects are getting creative with cork building materials in 2020.
One of the most common uses of cork is for flooring. Cork retains an amazing natural look while also having very good insulative properties. Cork also happens to be one of the most environmentally friendly flooring products on the market.
Here’s a look at how cork flooring was used by Design Office on a project for the Higher ground cafe.
Not only are modern architects using cork below the feet, but also above head. Cork has been used to bring some character to the ceiling.
Cork is also a great option for large spaces as it offers amazing sound insulation.
On this project Cork was used at the brand new Starbucks in Brisbane.
Looking to spice up a space? Cork makes the perfect feature wall for any commercial or residential project.
We’re such a fan of cork walls we decided to use them in our own showroom.
Here’s a look at some excellent use of cork on walls by Foolscap studio for Sensory Labs.
A perfect showcase of cork and its versatility is the ability to be used inside and out.
On this project, cork was used for the facade of the building.
For more inspiration on cork products, take a look through our projects.
If you’d like assistance finding the right product for your next project, don’t hesitate to get in touch.