Dutch company boasts world’s first transparent wood

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According to Dutch company Holland Composites in Lelystad, their transparent composite wood panels are the first ever made in the world.

Mark Hoff explains that the company has developed a panel that looks like wood, but when held up to the light, it’s transparent. The panels can be used indoors as partition walls as well as outside as fa├žade panelling. They feature a very thin layer of wood integrated into layers of composites, making them strong, low-maintenance and with a natural look.

The panels are mainly used by project developers and architects, and cannot be found at DIY stores. Watch a short video in Dutch here.

(Link and screenshot of video omroepflevoland.nl)

2 Comments »

  1. You mean “short video” perhaps?

    Comment by huphtur — February 7, 2019 @ 6:10 pm

  2. Thanks! Been staring at the screen too long!

    Comment by Orangemaster — February 7, 2019 @ 6:15 pm

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