Epicurean Building

Epicurean Building

The Epicurean building in Superior Wisconsin used Arbor Wood inside and out. From wall cladding to custom cabinetry, the space looks beautiful. 

Architects: Paul Stankey & Bryan Meyer

www.innateworks.com


Boulder Home

Boulder Home

This amazing home in Boulder Colorado took full advantage of Arbor Wood!

Architect: Steven Perce with bldg.Collective 

www.bldgcollective.com

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Builder: Elton R Construction

Elton Randall

https://www.eltonrconstruction.com/


BALTIMORE TAPHOUSE

BALTIMORE TAPHOUSE

This masterpiece is brought to you by the architects at Grid, out of Annapolis Maryland. They restored and upgraded this Baltimore urban row house to elite status. We are so happy to have seen them use Arbor Wood in so many areas of this home. From exterior cladding and decking to interior flooring, they made a prime example of how high design paired with premium materials can make a home a work of art. 

Architect: Grid Architects
gridarchitects.com/


Gardner + Stocco Residence

Gardner + Stocco Residence

A local commercial builder, Bob Gardner and his wife Mary Jo Stocco, chose Arbor Wood Co. thermally modified siding for their own home in Minnesota. The architect for the home is Petterssen Keller Architecture. We'll post again when the project is complete, but it's a beautiful work in progress. 


Dogwood Coffee St. Paul

Dogwood Coffee St. Paul

We worked with Dogwood Coffee through through our distributor Intectural to supply them with Red Oak Arbor Wood to use on an accent wall as well as the ceiling in their retail area. 


Braemar Field

Braemar Field

We worked with the city of Edina, MN to supply them with a thermally modified wood that work well for their exterior application of a sculptural seating area. 


Locus Architecture

Locus Architecture

We worked with Locus Architecture out of Minneapolis Minnesota to provide them with a thermally modified siding for their new building. 


Ciardelli Residence

Ciardelli Residence

Arbor Wood Company supported a local Duluth resident with thermally modified wood siding for their home renovation.