Since the introduction of the product in 2014, ‘Formpark fever’ has spread among countless architects, investors and property owners. From homes to office spaces, hotels and public buildings, this innovative format impresses with its individuality, and it definitely seems to have its finger on the pulse of interior design. In addition to detailed reports on the renovated flat in Disentis and the Park-Tower in Zug, here are a few more beautiful examples:
In this detached house in St.Galler Rheintal, natural-oiled Formpark Oak 780 and 520 was used in different patterns. A calm design in the bedroom (No 1) was combined with a twisting pattern (No 26) in the living area. The house owners moved in soon after and are completely satisfied: ‘It’s just as we imagined it!’
The chic designer office of WBRE in München-Schwabing, with its smoked Formpark Oak, certainly makes the work twice as fun. Thanks to the large window fronts, you get the full effect of the parquet floor.
Formpark’s modern laying patterns are a success even in banks. This top-quality and highly-aesthetic parquet format fits perfectly in the renovated rooms of the Raiffeisenbank Cadi in Disentis/Mustér.
Seehotel Waldstätterhof in Brunnen, a grand hotel with one of the richest traditions in Switzerland, was renovated in 2016. In addition to Villapark, smoked Formpark Oak was laid in the lobby, restaurant and bar areas. The combination of the two formats offers a new luster to the rooms of this historical building.
A young family living in the city center of Warsaw was looking for something special and chose Formpark Mini in laying pattern No 14 that emphasises the sense of space.
Bauwerk is still developing the Formpark format line, bringing two new formats to the market in 2018 and making the re-interpretation of classical laying patterns possible: Formpark Quadrato and Formpark Rombico. The features of the new formats and the laying patterns they offer are shown in this Bauwerk-News article.