Good Wood for Green Room
UPON PURCHASING A 102-YEAR-OLD Victorian home in East Nashville, Dave Puncochar encountered a rather difficult task. While restoring the home’s magnificent floors he discovered they were made of old growth poplar, a beautiful and rare wood. It was the noble quest to match and repair these floors that led to the conception of Good Wood Nashville.
Since opening their doors in 2012, Good Wood Nashville has been contracted to craft walls, floors, and custom furniture for several exciting residential and commercial projects. Currently, Good Wood Nashville is constructing the Green Room for Ascend Amphitheatre. “We are using an extremely unique kennel-dried, tongue-and-groove wood from old barns in Middle Tennessee,” says Puncochar. “The reclaimed wood makes a potentially cold, concrete, and steel room organically warm and welcoming.”
Although the majority of Puncochar’s artistry will be enjoyed solely by Ascend Amphitheater’s distinguished lineup, there will be elements of Good Wood Nashville’s organic flair in furniture and accent pieces throughout the public dining area. Puncochar remarks, “I am honored to be a part of this project. The amphitheater is truly tremendous.”