The qualities of modified wood Accoya have led to it being used in bespoke joinery features of two luxury newbuild homes in the south of England.
Accoya has been chosen to form the largest bridge and integrated bench for a hiking path along the Hafrsfjord in Norway.
Accoya modified wood has been used to provide the finishing touches to Casa da Mata, or ‘The Jungle House’, on Brazil’s Guarujá Beach.
Two luxury apartment buildings in Melbourne, Australia, were given some stylish finished touches using Accoya modified wood.
A new residential block in Helsinki’s Wood City will display the capabilities of Accoya to good effect as it rises above the Gulf of Finland.
A modified wood material has been used to transform an “ugly duckling” bungalow in the Wirral, Merseyside, into a modern family home.
Two Victorian tollbooths in Brighton have been carefully recreated using Accoya as part of the launch of the world’s first vertical cable car.
Accoya has launched an interactive online calculator to compare its global transportation impacts with those of other wood species.
Accoya has helped a newbuild apartment block inspired by the Wilhelminian architecture of the 20th Century fulfil its passivhaus credentials.