Prepare to be A-mazed a the National Building Museum in Washington, DC this Summer! The museum, in partnership with BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, is planning on creating a never-before-seen large-scale maze for the museum’s historic home. The maze, aptly named the “BIG Maze” will be constructed mostly from formaldehyde-free , maple, PureBond hardwood plywood panels will stand approximately 18 feet high and measure 60 feet by 60 feet deploying a series of intricate twists and turns for visitors to follow and explore. The venue will to open July 4 to September 1, 2014 at the museum. For more information on this interesting project and event, click here!
If you don’t know anything about the PureBond Idea Team it is simple a group of DIY bloggers who use our PureBond hardwood plywood in projects that range from kitchen cabinets, to built-ins, to DIY furniture, to wood crafts…pretty much anything goes just so long as the project uses our PureBond products and the DIYer/Blogger blogs about the project, mentions PureBond and displays our badge of their blog! In return, we not only try to promote the blogger but also reimburse the blogger for the PureBond panels used via Home Depot gift cards…pretty simple isn’t it? :)
For more information, click here! Or contact us at: email@example.com. Or even better yet, if you happen to be attending the Haven Conference in Atlanta, GA in July, come by our booth!
Got this in a little bit ago and have just now had time to post it! Anyhow, take a gander at this PureBond entryway chest created in one weekend by wood worker and DIYer, Rob Roszell! Per Rob he used 3/4″ oak PureBond hardwood plywood that he picked up at his local The Home Depot for this little creation! We think it turned out great, which is actually no surprise as Rob is a woodworker who also happens to be employed by trade publication, CabinetMaker+FDM, which may in our opinion give him a bit of a DIYer advantage
Simple little PureBond hardwood plywood project by Cher-Ann, the designer/blogger from Designs by Studio C! This beginner level project is a mirror using our Mahogany PureBond hardwood plywood (btw’s the mirror was made with project panels from The Home Depot), which uses a “glue-resist technique” to create the design, then is stained with Rust-Oleum in Carrington, and wet-sanded the final finish! We love this technique and can think of a lot of projects where this look would work fabulously because it not only adds interest but really shows off the wood
Loving this upscale dog crate made with our formaldehyde-free PureBond hardwood plywood by Cher-Ann the blogger, builder and DIYer behind Design by Studio C! Per Cher-Ann this project was made for a silent auction to support a local dog park…how appropriate is this project for that Anyhow, Cher-Ann reports that not only did the dog crate sell but there was an actual bidding war for the item, LOVE IT! For more details on the project, click here and for complete How-To instructions with free plans, click here!