He enthusiastically shows us around the rooms of the Lindenhof in Aschersleben. He constantly points out many objects that have already been manufactured from megawood® as single pieces or in small production runs. "The opportunities are almost limitless. The material combines the naturalness of wood with the resistance and flexibility of polymers", says Mr Junghanns. The furniture at Lindenhof, which doubles up as an inspiring training centre for tradespeople and laying technicians, also proves that a board does not always have to be square. Anything goes. Lindenhof provides a window to the near futuret – Armin Junghanns collects it and further develops it. His ideas are subjected to the acid test of everyday life at Lindenhof. "A product will only be available for you to enjoy at home once we are 100% satisfied with it." He also promises this in terms of the ecological aspect of the material and adds „no tree will be cut down for us!“
In addition to the raised garden beds, facades and fences, it goes without saying that Lindenhof also boasts the most diverse of barefootboards. The SIGNUM terrace deck is a real eye catcher. The residents of the small village like sitting there on the megawood® benches in order to enjoy the evening Sun. "The surface structure of the floorboards really come into its own thanks to the alternating light and shade", explains Armin Junghanns who is already looking forward to a cosy family evening on his megawood® terrace.