TerraMai works with you to place soulful reclaimed woods from around the world into your design vision. Our team of experts and our quality milled materials can be found here for your project success. We have a national sales team to partner with and support your project needs. We take the complexity out of reclaimed wood so you can focus on the design aspects of aesthetics, biophilia and sustainability. TerraMai is based in White City, Oregon with offices in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, Seattle, and Asia.
"I’m not usually this surprised by a product from quote to installation. My guys were so busy I installed the first 500 SF by myself in two days. The material is really nice to work with, and both vertical and horizontal joints are all but invisible. I’m honestly impressed."
"We’re huge fans of biophilia and TerraMai! Natural elements, such as reclaimed wood, are proven to make us happy."
TerraMai’s continuing education unit is a one hour IDCEC and GBCI approved course. Schedule to have an account manager come to your company to present to your team.Learn more
For the 2.1 million square foot new Toyota headquarters, Corgan was tasked with creating a unifying space. They needed to bring together previously segregated by location departments in a manner that would encourage innovation, collaboration, and connection while maintaining a focus on sustainability.Learn More
Harwood International, the developers behind the innovative experience at Dallas' largest patio bar and lounge, understands that every space is competing on the experience it delivers. The trendy industrial style interior features concrete, copper and steel materials all warmed by an abundance of TerraMai's Lost Coast Redwood Weathered Paneling and Skip Planed Red Oak Tables.Learn More
When National Development commissioned Margulies Perruzzi Architects (MPA) to repurpose the building located at Station 101 Drive in Westwood, MA, their goal was to attract and retain tenants to the existing multi-tenant office building. MPA met this business challenge by focusing on occupant well-being. The communal meeting, workspace, and cafe in the lobby of the building is one area where their biophilic design efforts are apparent to everyone who enters the building.Learn More