Production process of Dinesen's hard-wearing solid-wood floor planks; photo © Architonic
Established in 1898, Dinesen is a Danish family-owned manufacturer of world-famous solid wood planks. Made from carefully selected trees which are between 80 and 120 years old, some of Dinesen’s acclaimed hard-wearing planks reach up to an astonishing 15 meters in length. During our recent trip to Denmark, Architonic has paid a visit to the sawmill of this truly artisanal company and got a rare chance to watch, and capture, the meticulous production process of some of world’s best wooden floorboards. (more…)
Dinesen flooring at the re-opened Saatchi Gallery in London
The Danish manufacturer Dinesen is a traditional brand for high quality plank floors. Founded in 1898 the company is still owned an managed by the same family. The uncomparable, imposingly wide and long planks Dinesen use for their floorings are made from European wood, from trees which are between 80 and 120 years old.
Dinesen floor planks at Saatchi Gallery
One of the last projects Dinesen realised was the plank floor for the re-opened Saatchi Gallery in London – a sponsoring of 5,000 m2 of Douglas fir flooring. This investment reflects Dinesen’s considerable growth in the UK in 2009.
Dinesen flooring at the famous Redeemer's Church in Copenhagen
to the Dinesen website