The dining area is no longer a place of singularity use and serves as a multi-function communal space for day-to-day conversations and gatherings.
Whether it is a forest of wood grain for linear or sinuous wall panelling, customised furnishing, bookshelves or compartments, one would be able to merge design sensibilities, craftsmanship or personal stories to form their collection.
Reciprocating a sense of grounding, the earthiness of Knarvick Birch retains its rawness for exceptional carpentry and woodworking craftsmanship – in the spirit of Scandinavian design style.
Based on the Japanese concept of “unseen beauty”, the subtle oak grain pivots attention towards personal collections and draws out an appreciation for spaciousness. Its spatial quality melds into a coherent form for tranquil spaces.