Our Paulownia wood

Our panels are manufactured from planks of varying widths; unfinger-jointed, the planks are sorted to offer a visually homogeneous product. Standard panels measure 2.98m2. In 20mm thickness, they weigh only 16kg, which considerably improves handling comfort.

Available in 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 15mm, 20mm, 30mm, 40mm.

Our glued laminated panels

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Our wall pannels designed to provide a sleek, aesthetic, lightweight and acoustic covering at a competitive price. We offer a strong competitive edge without compromise.

Wall pannels - Lining boards

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Unlike MDF, paulownia wood has intrinsic acoustic properties. Our panels absorb sound more effectively, while adding a touch of elegance to your interiors.

Acoustic panels in solid paulownia wood

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Our panels are made from finger-jointed and glued paulownia strips, covered with 3mm poplar and veneered with oak leaf. The whole is perfectly stable and resistant, with a density of less than 400kg/m3.

Oak veneered paulownia core panels

An asset for all structures requiring weight reduction, our cladding is also stable and aesthetically pleasing.

Brushed paulownia wood siding

Our approach is deeply focused on product research and development in partnership with our customers; we are able to rapidly produce samples of specific profiles adapted to your needs.

Our customized profiles

  • Interlocking profiles, custom design, custom finish

  • Exterior cladding

  • Structural/framing wood

  • Paulownia high-pressure laminate

  • Cross timber laminated(CTL)/Laminated venner lumber(LVL)

  • Paulownia GLULAM

  • Reinforced table/worktop panel (R&D in progress)

Our commitment

Alongside the development of its own plantations, Ikiwood imports paulownia wood from Asia, its endemic growing area. Our rigorous selection process guarantees consistently high quality. Our wood comes from centuries-old Paulownia plantations; as this is not a forest, and due to the speed of the species' renewal, the risk of deforestation is non-existent. We have carried out a carbon assessment linked to our importation activity; this reveals a carbon footprint of 50 Kgeq CO2 per M3 of imported wood, i.e. less than 1/10th of the C02 that the tree absorbed to produce this same M3 and 1/3 of what is represented by the same M3 of northern pine imported from Scandinavia (transport by road), for example. For each M3 sold, Ikiwood undertakes to plant 2 trees in its plantation in south-western France to increase the renewal of the wood resource and contribute to the sequestration of additional C02.