Northcote StudioContemporary Home Office, Melbourne
Music Studio and Guest Bedroom.
Photo by Matthew Mallett
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Ok, so this floor isn’t technically plywood; it is another engineered wood panel product, OSB (Oriented Strand Board), which is more often used for bracing or temporary hoarding. According to architect Ben Statkus of Statkus Architecture, it is “an inexpensive product and has a great finish when properly sealed and polished; two of its advantages. It also has a lovely, warm character.”