Woodspotters of the World Unite…

#woodspotting

As dyed in the wool woodfans we EWT-ers have a pathological compulsion to admire something (anything) made of wood, wherever and whenever we find it.

It’s a behaviour well-known to our long suffering family and friends most of whom have learned to see the signs and exercise appropriate methods of restraining said woodspotter e.g. “no we are not driving to Eindhoven this weekend to see Biobasecamp, it’s your parents diamond wedding anniversary”.

You get the picture

(nice pun huh?)

Well today we’re acknowledging our inner woodspotter and we’re giving it a home.
We’re saying “Yes, we’re woodspotters, we’re proud and we belong here”

So welcome to our blog with matching #woodspotting hashtag.

If you’re a woodspotter on INSTAGRAM we hope you’ll join us, just follow #woodspotting

Go forth and spot wood.

Here’s some we #woodspotting we prepared earlier…

   Interior cladding in the ticket hall of the new London Bridge Station by Grimshaw Architects        interior timber cladding at hilton bankside hotel reception area corner join finish detail woodstpotting interior timber cladding at hilton bankside hotel reception area grain detail woodstpotting interior timber cladding at hilton bankside hotel reception with hydrangeas Interior cladding in the ticket hall of the new London Bridge Station by Grimshaw Architects Interior cladding in the ticket hall of the new London Bridge Station by Grimshaw Architects Interior cladding in the ticket hall of the new London Bridge Station by Grimshaw Architects

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your turn…

#woodspotting

@englishwoodlandstimber

Posted on September 11th 2019 under cladding timber, english hardwoods. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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