Crystal Palace. The door and drawer fronts for this kitchen are made from cherry-veneered Finnish birch-plywood, with routed scoop handles revealing the beautiful layers of the birch ply behind. The sink is thermoformed in the Corian worktop.
DMDM designer Doug McCollough’s craftsmanship infuses warmth and character into modernist forms. This handmade Lino bench comes straight from his Los Angeles studio. The four-legged piece combines stretchers and legs of black walnut with maple-veneered plywood and a linoleum top.
shelf by Modern Vermont. Appleply maple veneer plywood with Monocoat oil finish and zero VOC paint. This is made of two seperate and identical shelves (one fliped upside down) and can be reconfigured separately. a straight side piece for each shelf is removed to join them toegether.
While technically unglamorous—it's a bunch of glued-together sheets of wood veneer—plywood is actually formidable: Each layer is alternated 90 degrees to increase durability, and an odd number of them in total reduces warping. Plus, it looks nice and costs little, and can be a smart choice for designing built-ins and shelving without the price tag of a finer grain | archdigest.com