Surfaces Reception 2016

Nearly 500 people with ties to panel processing flocked to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta for the biennial Surfaces Reception produced by Surface & Panel magazine and Bedford Falls Communications.

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The mHouse inspires

When Paul and Janet Tolzmann told the architect on their kitchen remodeling project that they wanted flat-front panels on their cabinets, the architect, Rosemary McMonigal, knew just what to show them.

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S&P reflects growing world of laminates

As you browse through this edition of Surface & Panel, which is our fourth and final issue of 2016, I hope you take note of the depth and breadth of subjects, materials, companies and more that are included in its pages.

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Modern Office Design: Laminates Hit a Sweet Spot

Thirty years ago, an office worker might have spent eight hours a day working alone in a small isolated cubicle. Typically, the cube was furnished with a writing surface, a computer cart, a chair and various storage and filing cabinets.

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Celebrating City Centre

The remodeling of a 60-year-old office building into what is now City Centre in Watertown, Wis., involved much more than repainting the walls and calling it a day. That was to be expected, given that the building is home to Bedford Falls Communications, which publishes Surface & Panel.

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AWI focuses on new standards initiative

Seven years after its founding in 1954, the Architectural Woodwork Institute authored and released its first industry woodwork standards. The early standards set three levels of woodwork quality that allowed design professionals and woodwork manufacturers to establish clear and concise expectations for products.

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No more traditional lock and key

Accuride’s Senseon Secure Access system uses cards, fobs to seamlessly open locked drawers, cabinet doors

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Composite panel industry well-positioned to adapt to final formaldehyde ruling

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in July finalized a rule intended to reduce exposure to formaldehyde vapors from certain wood products produced domestically or imported into the United States.

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