A prism-like plywood structure and ample glass panels make for a bright addition to this Dublin home, replacing a musty former conservatory.
Plywood siding contributes to this Auckland, New Zealand home's pared-down but pleasing interior aesthetic. Architect Davor Popadich made the decision for monetary reasons but noted that "the builders liked that, because they got to show off their workmanship, which is usually covered up by plaster and paint."
For this studio on the western coast of Scotland, the artist requested a workplace that would resemble a blank canvas. Accordingly, sustainably sourced birch plywood was seamlessly used throughout the interior, and can be easily removed and replaced if it becomes weathered, damaged, or covered in paint.
Jean-Baptiste Barache's Normandy retreat plays centuries-old forms and technology. Alluding to a traditional wooden chapel, the second floor features three lits bretons, box-like compartments made entirely of plywood where curtains can be drawn to cut off the outside world.
Plywood is used throughout the interior of barn-inspired house on an apple orchard in Havelock North, New Zealand, lining the entirety of the mezzanine bedroom.