A private holiday retreat in the North of England has been decked out in Accoya wood to provide an attractive finish tough enough to deal with the varied local climate.
Accoya modified wood is putting people in the shade in the French Riviera, where it was used to create the solar shading and louvres at a luxury condo complex in Saint Tropez.
Maastricht University in the Netherlands has chosen to clad the new home of its Department of Psychology in Accoya modified wood.
A handmade timber rooflight made out of Accoya has been released in the UK.
Metsä Wood is looking to introduce France to the merits of Accoya with a range of decking and cladding made from the material.
Timber might be an ancient building material, but as these eye-catching projects demonstrate it readily combines its natural versatility with engineering innovation to create a future-proof construction solution
As treehouses go, it’s rather more terrestrial than arboreal, but that hasn’t stopped the architects invoking the “essence” of such a structure for a three-storey house built in Hampstead, London.