Thor’s Hammer sent a big truck load of recycled timber over to Campbell 5 for the cladding on their Display Office & Gallery, it looks fantastic!
This cladding was supplied with minimal processing to retain the rustic aesthetic and texture of the recycled timber. Minimally processed timber can look great and is a lower cost option than fully processed timber. More info on the Thor's Hammer timber recycling process here:http://www.thors.com.au/demolition-to-table
This timber was supplied in a mix of sizes and species, salvaged from house roof timbers and square edge flooring from the Q Stores demolition in Alexandria.
Chase Building did a great job of laying out the boards so the different thicknesses and colours complement each other.
The gallery upstairs is curated by Canberra Brickworks sculptor Geoff Farquhar-Still, and has an awesome exhibition of sculptural and lighting works by local artists. The building and Gallery are worth checking out and will be opening at the start of May.
The clients were Ronan Moss from Cox Architecture and Terry Shaw from SHL Developments. Thanks for choosing recycled timber!
If you need cladding for an upcoming project check out the info on our website and give us a bell! http://www.thors.com.au/cladding