A combination of veneer and solid wood – that is FUMAKO from Kaindl.
Even in the middle ages it was common for furniture makers to apply a high-quality sawcut veneer to cost-effective softwood. Although this technique is not new, it is meanwhile much more elaborate: FUMAKO consists of a solid wood board with various sliced veneer applications. A fingerjointed wood board, available in three thicknesses, serves as substrate. FUMAKO gets its rustic character from the attractive Charismo veneers such as Oak Antique, Rustic Oak, Knotty Oak or attractive soft wood such as Swiss Stone Pine. Well combined!
Customer competence center Erste Bank
KAINDL veneered FUMAKO Oak European board (Charismo S grade) was used for the wall cladding of the advisory centre of Erste Bank in Vienna Floridsdorf.