Eight welcoming wood-panelled eating rooms

For our newest lookbook, we have chosen eight eating rooms from the Dezeen archive the place wood panelling was used to create cosy, earthy environments with an natural really feel.

From South America to Europe, these wood-panelled eating rooms function focal factors within the interiors and create social areas for residents and friends.

Whether or not they’re constructed from timber, pine or plywood, the wood finishes on these assertion partitions and ceilings have been used to create welcoming environments with peaceable atmospheres.

That is the newest in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks that includes houses with point of interest wardrobes, assertion headboards and houses with pergolas.

Images is by Fran Parente and picture manufacturing is by Victor Correa

ER House, Brazil, Pascali Semerdjian Arquitetos

This house in São Paulo has an uncovered concrete ceiling and makes use of pure supplies, akin to walnut, bronze, onyx and stone in its furnishings and finishes.

Pascali Semerdjian Arquitetos used vertical timber cladding, native artwork and furnishings by Brazilian architects and designers Oscar Niemeyer and Claudia Moreira Salles within the eating room to make the area “deeply Brazilian and vividly cosmopolitan”.

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Photo of a dining room and stairs
Images is by Eric Petschek

Carroll Gardens Townhouse, US, Starling Structure and Emily Lindberg Design

Starling Structure and Emily Lindberg Design mixed two models in a Brooklyn townhouse to create this household dwelling. The townhouse options Belgian white oak on the flooring and alongside the hall, stairs, mudroom, kitchen and eating space.

The New York-based studios used impartial tones to embellish the five-story home. Within the eating room, wood cupboards and ornamental lamellas match the ground and ceiling.

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River Thames engraving in Dragon Flat by Tsuruta Architects
Images is by Tim Croker

Dragon Flat, UK, Tsuruta Architects

Synthetic intelligence (AI) was used to design the patterns engraved on plywood panels that enhance the eating room of the Dragon Flat in London’s Notting Hill. Tsuruta Architects used a CNC router – a computer-controlled slicing machine – to engrave a sample of the River Thames on the wall.

The structure studio additionally up to date the two-level maisonette to incorporate a walk-in wardrobe and tatami room, which options an engraved design on its panelled partitions.

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Wood-panelled dining hall
Images is by David Grandorge

Homerton Faculty, UK, Feilden Fowles

Homerton Faculty on the College of Cambridge features a eating corridor by London structure studio Feilden Fowles constructed from concrete, timber and three,200 faience tiles.

The constructing, which was constructed with chestnut-laminated timber frames and clerestory home windows, encompasses a bigger consuming area, a smaller consuming room, the kitchen and workers facilities.

It was designed to rejoice handcrafting strategies and modern development and engineering.

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House in El Peumo, Chile by Cristian Izquierdo Hehmann
Images is by Roland Halbe

Home in El Peumo, Chile, Cristián Izquierdo Lehmann

This home, designed by Cristián Izquierdo Lehmann, centres round an open-plan kitchen and eating room with a vaulted ceiling that’s used for cooking, eating and socialising.

A minimalist decor compliments the dramatic ceiling, with purple stools used for eating and a bookcase lining the wall.

Positioned in El Peumo, Chile, the home was clad with laminated pine and options concrete flooring and huge home windows for the house owners to benefit from the inexperienced exterior.

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Another Seedbed Brooklyn

One other Seedbed, US, Future Tasks

The One other Seedbed loft in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, serves as each a house and efficiency area for its proprietor. To perform as each, the area is predominately open, with hidden rooms positioned across the house.

Heat pine partitions mark the eating area, which encompasses a complementary purple angular desk and wood sculptural chairs.

Different partitions within the loft are lined in hand-troweled earthen clay plaster, blue penny-round tiles and floor-to-ceiling shelving.

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Stone Creek Camp by Anderson-Wise Architects
Images is by Artwork Grey

Stone Creek Camp, US, Andersson-Sensible Architects

US-based Andersson-Sensible Architects designed the Stone Creek Camp in Massive Fork, Montana, as a household retreat of cabins and cottages.

Whereas it’s wood-clad, the kitchen and eating space doesn’t function conventional panelled partitions. As a substitute, one wall is constructed from wood logs which were assembled to create an uncommon wall with a extremely textured floor.

The ceiling was clad in wood panels that match the floorboards within the dwelling.

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Cabin Geilo, Norway by Lund Hagem
Images is by Marc Goodwin

Geilo Valley Cabin, Norway, Lund Hagem

Panelled with blackened timber, this Norwegian ski cabin shelters residents from harsh climate circumstances and provides panoramic views of the Geilo Valley. The cabin’s exterior concrete partitions have additionally been tinted black to mirror the inside panels.

The partitions and ceiling of the eating room use the identical timber cladding, matching the kitchen island to create a comfortable, coherent ambiance.

“The darkish tone permits the character exterior to come back nearer and creates a darkness that contrasts with the white winter panorama,” mentioned the undertaking’s architects Lund Hagem.

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That is the newest in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks that includes houses with point of interest wardrobes, assertion headboards and houses with pergolas.