Media “Touching on” Bark Wall Coverings

The 3D texture Poplar bark wall covering begs to be touched

Over 100 Well Positioned Media Outlets have featured The Bark House®. Below, you will find exceprts about the compelling nature of touch, texture and connection created when designing with the company’s Bark Wall Coverings. The attraction is unmistakable. There is also a short list of BLOGs talking about The Bark House®. Full articles and blogs are available here, MAGAZINES and here, BLOGS.

 

brc logo1. Blue Ridge Country Jan -Feb 2016
“…a connection to nature and a way to use woodland textures to soften the hard edges of modern life. The three of us share a bond that I treasure and last summer’s visit was a chance to see them as Highland Craftsmen turned 25.” Nan Chase, Author

 

Arch Record logo2. Architectural Record Nov 2015
Surface Tension – Inspired by the structure of a tree with its rough bark on the outside… “The project is about layering- both spatially and in terms of materials”. The tension between smooth and textured surfaces builds attraction. David Jameson, AIA

 

gb&d logo3. gb&d Sep – Oct 2015
An Urban Daycare Draws Inspiration From The Natural World –
“…People always want to come up and touch it” Larry Kearns, AIA notes that the bark wall coverings are constantly drawing attention. The project was created to offer children the opportunity to interact first-hand with the world. Larry Kearns, AIA

 

Arch DC4. Architecture DC Summer 2015
An Architect Couple’s Home / Office Fosters Connection to Nature

 

 

 

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