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Torzo Surfaces

Woodburn, Oregon

TorZo Surfaces offers unique and exceptionally durable architectural surfaces, sustainably sourced from recycled or salvage agricultural and wood products. Through a proprietary acrylic infusion process, a spectacular aesthetic is imparted to the organic fibers of each panel, highlighting the natural variation of the substrate and giving TorZo products a distinctively solid quality and long-wearing durability.

Project Types
Custom Furniture
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Locally Sourced Materials
Locally Manufactured
Locally Fabricated or Assembled
Locally Owned + Operated
Certified Minority/Women Owned Business
Featured Projects

940 North

Student apartments near Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA

Today's trends in student housing are focused on stylish and comfortable living spaces, with amenities designed to impress and attract students and parents. At 940 North near Gonzaga University, designers specified Striata in the resident lounge and common areas to create that "wow factor" and draw students in. The unique design features lighting seamlessly inlaid into the panels, which extend dramatically from floor to ceiling and even compose much of the ceiling itself.

With: Design Source, Spokane WA

Puesto Restaurant

Puesto Park Place -- Mexican restaurant in Irvine, CA

Bright colors and rich tile artwork adorn the walls of this new upscale taqueria. Designer Paul Basile of BASILE Studio combines beams of Douglas fir timber, walls made from stacked river rock, and vivid tiles to reflect the aesthetic of Mexico City.
TorZo tabletops in Balsa add a graphic twist with a unique bias-cut design. They are a perfect compliment to the bold and contemporary feel of Puesto.

With: BASILE Studio -- San Diego, CA

Colorado University, Center for Academic Success and Engagement

The new Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE) opened this summer in the heart of CU Boulder's main campus. The project, designed by Bora Architects of Portland, OR, is a 114,000 ft2 mixed-use space housing four university departments, including the Office of Admissions. Designed in the signature Tuscan Vernacular style of other CU buildings, it features native sandstone walls, red roof tiles, limestone trim, and black wrought-iron accents.

The mixed-use space includes conference rooms, a 250-seat auditorium, and two rooftop terraces with sweeping views of the Flatirons. It sits atop an existing parking garage.

Striata Natural from TorZo is featured throughout. Striata adorns the walls, staircase, reception desk, and other common areas.

With: Bora Architects -- Portland, OR