Experts for exacting orders
They have furnished a luxury apartment in the Trump Tower in New York, the FIFA headquarters in Zurich and a jewellery shop in Paris. The employees of Karl Bucher AG get around quite a bit. Swiss carpentry is in demand – worldwide. But the company also has time for fine orders at home. Most recently, for example, the experts for upmarket interior finishing realised two particularly beautiful projects virtually on their own doorstep, in the idyllic lake region of Central Switzerland. Both impress with a detail to which Karl Bucher AG attaches particular importance: an exceptionally beautiful surface design with products from ADLER!
Harmonious lake restaurant
"We have been counting on Adler's know-how and reliability for over 15 years in order to meet the quality and deadline requirements in the surface area as well," says Karl Bucher. His father founded the company in Goldau in 1960. Today more than 55 people work in the family business, five of them in the painting room. Ernst Tobler, Jessica Steiner, Tony Betschart and Alois Betschart form the surface department and in August Sivagugan Premachandran joined the experienced team as an apprentice industrial varnisher specialising in wood. Together, the quintet takes care of adding the finishing touches to Bucher's demanding projects, such as the interior design of the Fischerstube restaurant: Oak, an ADLER stain and Legnopur were the ingredients for the successful menu. The furnishings of the culinary establishment, which is located directly on Lake Lauerz, were intended to look completely natural, like a reflection of the idyllic setting on the doorstep: With a wave-shaped ceiling, the interior design brings the theme of water into the restaurant's interior. Using various ceiling patterns, the milling and the arrangement of the individual ceiling segments could be defined and the desired effect achieved. In the case of oak veneer, the customers opted for a knotty variant and with the spray wood stain Arova Spritzbeize from ADLER, the pores and the natural wood grain really come into their own. The warm Abruzzen colour harmonises perfectly with the grey decorative stone, leather and upholstery surfaces. To further enhance the natural character, ADLER Legnopur in degree of gloss G10 dull matt was used for the top coat.
Dignified golf club
Karl Bucher AG also recently used oak, an ADLER stain and Legnopur for the entire interior finishing of Meggen Golf Club. But here a completely different, elegant and modern look was created: oak veneer was used for the reception, cloakroom and restaurant including bar, staircase and guest rooms. The Karl Bucher team first lightly brushed it by hand and then refined it with the Arova Rustica wipe stain in the Lombardei colour. The dark, grey-brown shade and the simple, reduced design make the rooms look striking and stylish. To ensure that the wooden surfaces can withstand daily stress, they were painted with ADLER Legnopur in degree of gloss G30. The guests are delighted with the dignified ambience. The Swiss compatriots can count themselves lucky that Karl Bucher AG is not only undertaking projects in faraway lands!
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