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In the Raw: The Strange Beauty of Plywood

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 09, 2012 01:08 AM
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by Nancy Mitchell last modified Aug 08, 2012

Traditionally used as a substrate (read: a building material that goes under other things), plywood is slowly starting to come out in the open. Because the veneers that make up a sheet of plywood are created by rotating a log around its long axis to draw out long, thin layers of wood, plywood often has a beautiful grain that repeats over and over. Even in an unfinished state, it's a powerful testament to the raw beauty of wood More Read More...






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