Uniboard, a North American leader in design and decorative composite wood panel (TFL) manufacturing, announces the introduction of Studio, an exclusive collection of 20 digital designs. These new colours will be available at Uniboard’s authorized melamine distributors and will be unveiled during the Wood Design Show, to be held on September 5 and 6 at the Quebec City Convention Centre.
Inspired by the arts and creative expression, Studio is comprised of 20 unique designs, offered in the Vellum finish on a particleboard or MDF core. These are mainly aimed at the architectural, commercial and institutional segments. The perfect choice for large-scale projects, they will appeal to the greatest interior design enthusiasts.
“We asked ourselves: what could we offer our design-oriented customers? We want to provide them with products that allow them to stand out from the crowd and deliver projects that live up to their inspirations,” said Don Raymond, Vice President, Marketing and US Sales.
As a part of its constant pursuit of innovation and evolution, Uniboard presents the very first complete collection of digital designs for TFL panels in North America. The new colours are also available on HPL.
Uniboard Canada Inc. is a leading North American manufacturer of engineered wood products, having an installed capacity of over 660 million square feet of raw particleboard, high and medium-density fiberboard, of which over 50% is converted into value-added thermally fused laminates. Its mills are located in Sayabec, Val-d’Or and Mont-Laurier and employ over 800 people. Uniboard’s products are sold to retailers, distributors and finished goods manufacturers, which cater to the kitchen cabinet, furniture, office, home renovation and construction industries. Uniboard is renowned for having one of the most extensive product portfolios of engineered wood products in North America, ranging from deep embossed and synchronized TFL textures to ultra-light MDF. Uniboard, the innovator in decorative composite wood products, has been redefining wood for 35 years. For more information, please visit: www.uniboard.com.