Residential Design

Vol 4, 2017

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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5. AROU D THE B D Smith & Fong turns a new corner with its decorative Plyboo acoustical panels. The new collection, called The Living Hinge, conceals and quiets existing imperfections with thin, CNC fabricated panels. Made in a variety of finishes and fire ratings. plyboo.com Circle 105 on inquiry card. 6. GIVI G PLA Salvaged wood is in short supply these days, with some companies resorting to aging wood as fencing and replacing in short order. Stikwood solves the problem through a proprietary thin-slicing technology that gleans more material from the original source. What's more, it comes with its own adhesive backing for quick and easy application. Made in the U.S. stikwood.com Circle 106 on inquiry card. 7. LOW KEY What if the outside of a lockset looked just like the inside? And both were tidy, solid cylinders with no keyhole and no thumb latch? Otto from Silicon Valley entrepreneurs promises smart phone–driven, keyless entry in a sleek, high-design package. meetotto.com Circle 107 on inquiry card. 5 6 7 VOL. 4, 2017 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGAZINE.COM 75

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