This project uses African Mahogany that was purchased from Thompson Mahogany for The Challenge Program. It is a great program to introduce students to careers in their communities. Here is more info about the program:
Our mission is to provide vocational training for Delaware’s at-risk youth to empower them with the confidence, skills and purpose needed to become productive members of society. Since 1995, the Challenge Program has offered young people the opportunity to learn valuable construction skills, assistance in earning a high school diploma or GED and job placement services.
This project is at the University of Pennsylvania campus, specifically the Perry World House, which is the University of Pennsylvania’s new university-wide hub for international activities, founded in 2014.
For this project, they used African Mahogany which you can see the rich red color and beautiful curved design. African Mahogany is softer when compared to Ipe but has a great rich red color and look when installed.
If you have any questions about African Mahogany or any of our products, feel free to contact us or comment below.