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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17 SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN IDEAS
Villa Circuitus, meaning “a going around” in Latin, is Sweden’s first round Passive House.
With a strong environmental and community focus, Moholt 50|50 is intended to be a valuable addition to the area which will benefit the local community.
Kebony cladding was used to create a sustainable future for this accommodation and prospective students of Lillehammer.
In February 2016, Lillehammer hosted the Winter Youth Olympic Games. Distributed across four blocks, the 360 apartments of Lillehammer University College’s SOPP student development hosted more than 1,000 athletes.
Tasked with delivering a brand-new design for this visionary primary school, the architects at Sprunt made Kebony an integral element of this inspiring project because of its long lifespan, FSC certification and its silver-grey patina over time.
Colindale Primary School – Barnet, UK
In 2014, the Gentofte School received a new addition that created 5,000 sq. ft. of space to accommodate 100 children, spread across two floors. Sustainability was key to the design ethos, leading Arkitema architect to clad the extensions entire façade, just under 4,400 sq. ft., in Kebony Character cladding. Photo by Niels Nygaard.
LINK Arkitektur creted this playful and engaging design to reflect the ethos of the Waldorf School. Leading Architect Martin Ebert used Kebony already on other cladding projects. Photos by Jiri Havran.
During the spring of 2016, the Waldorf School used raw materials for its facade, such as concrete, wood and steel to emphasize the materials' inherent natural beauty and blend with its natural forest backdrop.