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Once you have passed the dark corridor at the entrance, negotiating the suspended wooden lamellas, to reach the main room, you are met by a presentation based on furniture production parts.
Since there isn't anything really standing out to me besides the light camo and what appear to be slightly revised lamellas -- chrome grill inserts -- I would wager that this could be the
A three-layer plywood with parallel arrangement of lamellas holds much better technical parameters from the solid timber with the same cross-section.
Bonding profiles from lamellas rather than, as in the past, completing them from solid timber, definitely eliminates the problem of their later warping.
The ix-onic's asymmetric grill mesh has been swapped for three conventional horizontal lamellas.
In fcrobe carboni emortuo profundiufcule infculpta vehementimmis folis ra« diis, in foco lentis caufticae, avulfas crjftallos, aut lamellas plumbi fpatofi, ite - ratis faepe vicibus expofui, flavas, albas diaphanas quarzi aut aluminis facie et colore, tum excolores hyalinas denique femipellucidas et pellucidas fulgentiC - fimo galenae nitore refplendentes.