Inselhalle Lindau: Finest veneer makes the congress and event location on Lake Constance shine like new
Bad Honnef. It's impressive to read about: three halls, twelve conference rooms, 46 room variations and space for up to 2,000 guests: These are the key data of the freshly altered Inselhalle Lindau, a congress and event location on the beautiful Island of Lindau on Lake Constance. Large parts of the interiors were fitted with around 1,000 square metres of the best fine wood materials using oak veneer from europlac based in Tettnang and with its production location in the Slovakian town of Topolcany.
The Inselhalle Lindau has been fundamentally modernised and spaciously extended during the course of this year. The modern, multi-functional architecture of the hall with its modular space concept now shines like new, not least thanks to top quality veneer supplied by europlac and used in a targeted way. The veneer was attached to flame resistant cores made of medium density fibreboards (MDF) and these were then installed, wall-wise by experienced wood specialists. “The result is something worth seeing: Only veneer presents the individual and inimitable look and feel of top wood so attractively”, says Ursula Geismann, Secretary of Initiative Furnier + Natur (IFN), about the interesting veneer project on the Island of Lindau on Lake Constance. IFN/DS
Initiative Furnier + Natur (IFN)
Initiative Furnier + Natur (IFN) e.V. was founded in 1996 by the German veneer industry and its partners. The purpose of the association based in Bad Honnef is to promote veneer as a material. It is funded and supported by European companies in the veneer industry, trade and the veneer processing industry as well as professional associations of the timber industry.
Impressive high-grade wood veneer in one of the re-designed halls. Photo: IFN/europlac
The best veneer and modern glazing in perfect interaction. Photo: IFN/europlac
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