Restaurant Development & Design

July-August 2017

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6 8 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 7 Solutions Center 11. Formology CrossCORE Panels CrossCORE architectural panels combine solid wood and the high performance of cross-laminated engineering to create better dimensional stability than standard edge-glued lumber, according to the manufacturer. The three-layer engineering of CrossCORE panels results in a material with very high resistance to warping, splitting or crack- ing. The panels are ideal for use in case goods, furniture, interior cladding and countertops, among other applications. 12. Grand Rapids Chair Brooke Chair Collection Inspired by Adirondack chairs, the Brooke Chair collection features a lightweight design, a slatted back and rounded curves. The Brooke Chair col- lection is highly customizable in wood or laminate with three heights — chair, counter-height and barstool — and three upholstery variations. 13. Hubbardton Forge Zephyr LED Pendant The Zephyr ribbon-like LED light guide flows seamlessly with heat-textured steel in this handcrafted pendant. The pendant is available in 8 finishes. It measures 46.3 inches in length, is 23.30 inches wide and weighs 16.2 pounds. 14. Innovations Watercolor Wallcovering The new 52-inch-wide Watercolor line of wall- coverings from Innovations was inspired by the waterfall paintings of artist Pat Steir. From pastel to raw umber, the eight colors in the collection are large in scale and digitally rendered. The line is made of 61 percent polyester and 39 percent cellulose with a non-woven backing. 15. Móz Designs Laser Cut Metal Collection Móz Designs released five new patterns for their Laser Cut metal collection: Loop, Shattered, Tree, Netting and Morph. The metal panels are made in the U.S. and are available in 4-foot-by-8-foot standard sheet sizes that are 3 /16-inch thick for most patterns. A wide variety of glazes is avail- able for each. 13 12 14 15 11

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