Five digital wood platforms you must know about

If wood is your go-to material for applications in interior design and architecture, you’re in luck: we highlight the five most relevant digital wood platforms in the Spanish-speaking world. You’ll find everything from forums and suppliers to blogs with detailed case studies.


Madera y construcción

Madera y construcción is a mix of a technical magazine and a meeting point for professionals who use this natural product in different types of structures. It features projects explained in detail by the very studios that developed them.


Toca madera

Toca madera is a blog that offers a collaborative map with more than 800 identified works, aiming to be a tool for the habitat sector to understand all the uses of this product as a building material.



“If you sketch, assemble, shine with sawdust, and are wood-crazy, this is your community.” This is how Woodiswood introduces itself, an environment where projects that register for free on the platform can gain visibility.


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Una publicación compartida de woodiswood (@woodiswood_net)



Maderea is the portal where you can find a supplier for any wood product among more than 1,500 registered companies. It also offers a news section to keep you up-to-date with the latest developments.


Fundación Arume

The website of the Fundación Arume, focused on preserving the Galician pine, provides information about forest management in its blog and organizes the annual Piñeiros day, where advances in the entire wood value chain are shared. On their YouTube channel, you can watch the latest session, featuring notable figures such as Pritzker Prize-winning architect David Chipperfield.


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Una publicación compartida de Pino de Galicia (@pinodegalicia)



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