Unique in appearance and a trendsetter in all things sustainability, karuun® stripe is the ideal material for the women’s fashion section of the renowned Ludwig Beck department store. Joinery firm Lauinger fully embraced the design possibilities of the nature tech material karuun® stripe to create an architectural highlight and a completely new shopping experience. The raw material for karuun®, rattan, comes from Indonesia and relies on biodiversity. Actively supporting its cultivation therefore contributes to the protection of the planet’s rainforests and ensures a sustainable income for the local population.
All the colours of the rainforest:
karuun® stripe in the
Ludwig Beck department store
More about the nature tech material used
View all cases & news
Browse the latest cases and news, and discover fresh karuun® solutions.
Explore more cases:
Ingenious optics with karuun®Pleasant store atmosphere with organic design element: the nature tech material karuun®. A sustainable and stylish statement at the same time.Lösung anschauen
The NIO HOUSE in OsloA prime example of sustainable design: NIO selects karuun® as a design feature in their showroom.Lösung anschauen
Museum of the Future DubaiLike a window into the world of tomorrow – also in terms of building materials. The Museum of the Future in Dubai is definitely worth (time)travelling to.Lösung anschauen
karuun® is leading a revolution in the material world. An energy-efficient process transforms the natural structure of the rattan palm into an inimitable high-tech material that is both sustainable and commercially profitable.
Made from the trunk of the rattan palm karuun® block perfectly unite form and function.
Ideal for use as a surface or postforming elements and for coating all types of substrates.
Dimensionally-stable spherical objects from the size of a button to large, deep-drawn components.
A light material that is permeable to light and air and has excellent stability, formability and feel.