We're excited to announce the arrival of our first Plank Studio in the United States. Located downtown Columbus in the iconic Atlas Building, The Plank Studio will feature product from every collection displayed in large pull out panels and drawers to give you a better experience and ease of selecting the perfect floor.
What is now the Atlas Building, was built in 1905 by renowned Columbus architect Frank Packard and originally was called the Columbus Savings and Trust Building. Added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1977, the Atlas still showcases it's striking original architectural detail both inside and out, with an array of brass and marble features including the white marble grand staircase and polished brass elevators in the main lobby.
Scheduled to open October 2016, we look forward to the continual expansion of The Plank Studio concept and what it has in store for both clientele and NWP going forward.
For the real experience, get in touch to make your personal visit to a Plank Studio
Stay tuned for the opening date and other announcements.
Last Thursday we hosted our annual event at the Toronto studio, with a focus on wood innovations. Over the last few months, we've been researching and gathering inspiration to develop and curate new specialty wood flooring concepts that are creative but still align with our brand focus.
This year we wanted to share some of the things we found inspiring and that we could connect with for their craftsmanship, authenticity and attention detail, something we take great pride in when it comes to creating specialty wide plank floors.