Brought to you exclusively from Decospan, Querkus is a collection of decorative oak veneered panels. Every panel produced is unique, where the oak veneer is handled creatively and with the utmost respect. The unique production processes capture and enhance the beauty, colour, markings and structure of solid wood, and combine these with the many advantages of a veneered panel. Querkus tells a story of quality and craftmanship, offering every interior an individual, distinctive atmosphere.
Why Querkus Veneer
The unfinished surface gives you complete creative control on the final look. Whether you choose to oil, lacquer or stain your veneer, the choice is yours.
Matching Edge Banding
Matching edge bandings have been developed for each look in timber. This means that VidaSpace can provide the total solution, and each project can be finished in detail.
Moisture & Fire Resistant
Moisture and Fire resistant panels are available to order. Or purchase in a flex sheet and lay on a substrate of your choice.
FSC Certified on Request
All Querkus timber veneer panels can be requested as FSC Certified.
‘Mixmatch’ (or ‘planked’) veneer layout maximises the look of real solid timber planks.
Made in Europe. Stocked in New Zealand
Querkus veneer is made in Europe and stocked in NZ. Available with 1-2 days lead time.
Querkus is available to order in a flexible veneer sheet, perfect for curved applications.
Standard sheet size is 2790mm x 1240mm or 3050mm x 1220mm to suit modern ceiling volumes and wall heights.
Double Sided Panels
Querkus veneer is available in a double sided panel – making it perfect for applications in furniture.
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VS7200 Natural Adagio 2500mm QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7201 Natural Allegro 2500mm QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7201-S1 Natural Allegro 2500mm Brushed & Sawn S1 QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7202 Natural Vivace 2500mm QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7202-S1 Natural Vivace 2500mm Brushed & Sawn S1 QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7204 Vintage Harlem QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7208 Retro Baltimore QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7210 Smoked Arabica QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7211 Smoked Robusta QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7212 Natural Adagio 3050mm QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7212F Natural Adagio Flex QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7213 Natural Allegro 3050mm QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7213-S1 Natural Allegro 3050mm Brushed & Sawn S1 QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7214 Natural Vivace 3050mm QuerkusQUICK VIEW
VS7214-S1 Natural Vivace 3050mm Brushed & Sawn S1 QuerkusQUICK VIEW
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FAQ’s About Querkus Timber Veneer
What is the difference between a single sided panel and a double sided panel?
A double sided panel has an A grade veneer on both sides and can be used for furniture applications. A single sided panel has a backing in wood veneer of a lower grade which is significantly different in colour and texture than the top layer in A-grade. For example: a different jointing technique, limited presence of sapwood, not smoked compared to a smoked A-side. All single sided references with a top layer of 1.5mm have a backing in pine B-grade natural of 1.5mm. Therefore it is strongly advised to use single sided panels only for applications where the backing is not visible (wall and ceiling). For all other usage double sided boards are recommended (furniture applications).
What are the specifications for Querkus Flex?
Querkus is available as a flex. Flex is a jointed veneer sheet that is very easy to process. The veneer sheet os pressed on a paper substrate first after which the wood fibres are broken. This gives us a flexible sheet of veneer that can be processed both as a flat and curved surface. A Querkus flex top layer always consists of a 0.6mm A-quality jointed sheet in accordance with the chosen design. The backing consists of a paper substrate in a colour tint close to the colour of the chosen reference. The top layer and backing are glued with a formaldehyde-free glue. For gluing the product to the substrate of your choice we strongly recommend to follow our instructions very closely. These can be found below in the downloadable guides section.
What are the edge banding possibilities?
For each design, matching edge bands have been developed. This way, the edges of the Querkus panels can be perfectly finished. In doing so, Querkus offers a total solution allowing each project to lead to a successful end result. All edge bands are constructed of veneer wood with a strengthened membrane, not pre-glued and packed in rolls of 50 running meters per roll. VidaSpace stocks both the 26mm and 46mm high edge banding. These edge bands are slightly brushed to match the panels. The edgings are not FSC Certified.
Can I order/apply the finishing products myself?
Yes. You can contact your preferred finishing specialist directly to order your desired stains, lacquers or oils. VidaSpace will always deliver the Querkus products unfinished and should be treated by the processor. We have illustrated a number of possible finishes in our VidaBook for which the Architects/designers chose from their preferred specialist.
Are other cores or dimensions possible?
For projects, other dimensions and cores are possible on request and with possibly some restrictions. However, for such orders a longer leadtime must be taken into account. Please contact us for more information about this topic.
Is Querkus FSC Certified?
The Querkus products are not certified FSC when ordered without prior notice. On request, FSC is possible depending on availability of the wood. However, for such orders a longer leadtime must be taken into account. Please contact us for more information about this topic.
Can I order samples?
Yes, complimentary samples are available. For each design a loose hand sample can be obtained. Architects and Designers can also order a complete sample binder or larger samples. In addition, you can find a display in our Auckland or Wellington showrooms with large panels.
I've done a project with Querkus. Where can i post my pictures?
We are curious to see what you have created. Share your pictures on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram and use the hashtag #vidaspace. You can also email the pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
I have another question. How can i reach you?
The easiest way to contact us is through the website by filling in a contact form. Your question is automatically forwarded to the specialist responsible for your region. Alternatively, you can reach us by phone 0800 119 388