From a sculptural juice bar clad in wooden slats to a deliberately unfinished Tokyo apartment, plywood interiors are a firm favourite with Dezeen readers. We're counting down the top 10 most-pinned plywood projects as chosen by our Pinterest followers (+ slideshow).
The interior of this juice bar has been clad in angular strips of baltic plywood by Los Angeles firm A-Industrial, matching the plywood tabletops and seating. Find out more about Juice Served Here »
Plywood ribs create an undulating cave-like ceiling in this coffee shop in Łódź, Poland. Find out more about Zmianatematu »
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma was commissioned by Spanish shoe brand Camper to redesign the company's Milan store, which features a floor-to-ceiling grid of pale ply. Find out more about Camper Milan »
Wooden walls can be opened and closed to reveal bookshelves, doorways, windows and a foldaway desk inside this family house in Geneva that has been renovated by local architect Aurélie Monet Kasisi. Find out more about Inhabited wooden walls in Geneva »
The ceiling of this Parisian salon is made from sheets of plywood layered on top of each other in hexagonal patterns, which local architect Joshua Florquin designed to resemble a forest canopy. Find out more about Les Dada East »
A plywood partition separates working and living areas inside this artist's studio in Moscow by Russian studio Ruetemple, allowing art supplies to be neatly tidied away. Find out more about Artists' studio »
A plywood staircase with built-in cupboards and bookshelves features in this Madrid apartment by local firm Buj+Colón Arquitectos, which is officially our most-pinned plywood interior ever. Find out more about Plywood Trio Apartment»