We revisited this boardroom table at Brockton Capital after a few years of use to show how the material, Richlite Grays Harbor, wears over time, matting down a bit and burnishing in areas of use. The solid paper composite surfaces are still incredibly strong and durable, having aged gracefully with a similar character to materials like linoleum or leather. Below you can see how the material has changed with age, with the image on the left taken shortly after install and the image on the right after about five years. The colour gets deeper and warmer with time and the material has developed a natural lustre with use.


Architect  Emulsion Architecture

Application  Conference table surface 

Material  Richlite Grays Harbor

Location  London, UK