By . Architecture. Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 00:27:26 AM.
Architects designed buildings that bridge the interior world between home and the outside world, personal and safe. So well enough that no matter the style that architects use to work, nature is almost always an inspiration.
Disadvantages of plywood. The durability possessed by plywood against extreme weather is continuously no better than solid wood. Plywood is not suitable for use as raw material for making tools and household furniture that is outdoor. Transportation of plywood from the place of purchase to the work site should be done carefully considering the thin size. Sometimes found plywood that has a surface less smooth and wavy. Merging of several plywood sheets should wear a shoot to maximize the result. The level of precision on the thickness side is not good, especially if the surface of plywood is wavy. It takes a high level of accuracy to finishing on plywood so that the results as desired.
Plywood is a kind of factory board consisting of a wooden layer or wood veneer that is glued together. Plywood is one of the most commonly used wood products because it is flexible, cheap, moldable, recyclable, and has no complicated manufacturing techniques.
The work of interior designers is based on each room that will be changed and tailored to the wishes of the client. Usually this starts with designing space using 2 dimensional images, floor plans for room settings, and 3 dimensions before execution. By using a 3 dimensional design, the end result of an interior job is expected to not be much different from the planning and according to the tastes desired by the client.
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