Cladding & roofs in Kebony character

Kebony
The Kebony technology improves dimensional stability and aesthetics crucial for timber facades. Kebony's improved stability and durability make it the ideal choice for roofing.
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Projects - Kebony

Projects - Kebony

Norway, a country that generates more than 80% of its electricity from hydropower, has added to its renewable repertoire in the guise of a beautifully Kebony-clad 30GWh plant. Øvre Forsland Helgeland Kraft

Norway, a country that generates more than 80% of its electricity from hydropower, has added to its renewable repertoire in the guise of a beautifully Kebony-clad 30GWh plant. Øvre Forsland Helgeland Kraft

Rabothytta Norway Trekking Mountain Cabin Oskolten Oksidan Innovative Design Architecture Adventure Rough North Climate Jarmund Vigsnaes Architects

Rabothytta Norway Trekking Mountain Cabin Oskolten Oksidan Innovative Design Architecture Adventure Rough North Climate Jarmund Vigsnaes Architects

NINA Trondheim Norway Pir II WAN Award

NINA Trondheim Norway Pir II WAN Award

Private Home

Private Home

The world's most beautiful power plant

The world's most beautiful power plant

Helgeland Kraft Norge Stein Hamre Arkitektkontor Norway

Helgeland Kraft Norge Stein Hamre Arkitektkontor Norway

Stunning and sustainable blend of old and new. Traditional Norwegian boat houses have been used to store boats and fishing gear, but now many of them are being converted for recreational summer use.  Designed by architects TYIN tegnestue, the stunning Naust paa Aure summerhouse was made of material salvaged from the dilapidated boathouse on the site, plus Kebony Southern Yellow Pine in a seamless and sustainable blend of old and new.  Picture credit: TYIN tegnestue

Stunning and sustainable blend of old and new. Traditional Norwegian boat houses have been used to store boats and fishing gear, but now many of them are being converted for recreational summer use. Designed by architects TYIN tegnestue, the stunning Naust paa Aure summerhouse was made of material salvaged from the dilapidated boathouse on the site, plus Kebony Southern Yellow Pine in a seamless and sustainable blend of old and new. Picture credit: TYIN tegnestue

Summer House Vestfold

Summer House Vestfold

Gentofte School

Gentofte School

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