Posts tagged as 'American Hardwood Export Council'


Stadthalle concert and event hall by Max Dudler, photo: American Hardwood Export Council

Stadthalle concert and event hall by Max Dudler, photo: Stefan Müller courtesy American Hardwood Export Council

Officially opened in January 2013, architect Max Dudler’s Stadthalle is devoted to cultural events and concerts and is located in a traditional urban setting in Reutlingen, Germany next to Bürgerpark, a local public park.



Out of the Woods: Adventures of 12 Hardwood Chairs by AHEC and RCA

The American Hardwood Export Council has collaborated with product design students at the Royal College of Art in London to create a stunning exhibition of hardwood chairs at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of the 2012 London Design Festival. The culmination of an eight month project that encompassed wood and chair making workshops, an introduction to Life Cycle Assessment and a rigorous design and making process. (more…)

‘Infinity Bench’ by Martino Gamper; photo by Petr Krejci

On the occasion of this year’s edition of the London Design Festival, Italian-born UK-based designer Martino Gamper has teamed up with the American Hardwood Export Council to create this 6-meters-long ‘Infinity Bench’. Composed of multiple slanting panels made of American red oak, soft maple, ash, yellow birch and tulipwood, ‘Infinity Bench’ was inspired by the Italian concept of autoprogettazione (translated as self‐made) and the design was on view at the John Madejski Gardens at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. (more…)