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Norway public school with Kebony facade becomes first to achieve Nordic Swan Eco-label

A new public school, situated on the outskirts of Oslo, in Norway has become the first to achieve the highly regarded Nordic Swan Eco-label.

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Five Brunel University students shortlisted for innovative product designs in Kebony competition

Five students have had their designs shortlisted in a product design competition, held by Kebony, a leader in the production of sustainable modified woods, in partnership with Brunel University London.

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Kebony appoints new CEO following year sustained investment in its international expansion

Norman Willemsen has been appointed as chief executive officer of Kebony, a global leader in the production of sustainable modified woods.

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Kebony and Brunel University London launch design competition for students

Kebony, a leader in the production of sustainable modified woods, has launched a competition with Brunel University London, which will give 140 students the opportunity to work with Kebony wood to create a design object.

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Kebony opens news factory in Belgium

Kebony has opened a factory in Belgium, marking the beginning of a new chapter for the company which will see it expand its domestic and international business.

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Bazeley Partnership select Kebony to clad exterior of Bude luxury holiday cottages

The Bazeley Partnership selected Kebony to clad the exterior of six luxury holiday cottages on the North Coast of Cornwall.

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Kebony wood chosen for AquaVilla’s largest floating home in Sweden

AquaVilla has unveiled the completion of its largest floating home to date in Marinstaden, Sweden, and modified wood Kebony  was selected for every piece of timber used throughout the build including the exterior walls, pontoon deck and roof terrace.

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Kebony selected to clad exterior of weekend retreat on island site in Berkshire

Kebony has been selected to clad the exterior of Heather Cottage, a privately-owned weekend retreat on an island site in Berkshire, embracing the use of natural materials to create a modern, riverside home which blends seamlessly into the surroundings.

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TAKING TIMBER TO A NEW LEVEL

As the construction sector’s demand for timber increases could modified wood be the answer to boosting supply?

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Kebony cladding chosen for cabin which provides safe haven for hikers

A cabin has been constructed to provide a safe shelter for those in need, halfway between Preikestolen’s official trekking start point and Pulpit Rock – one of Norway’s most visited tourist attractions offering views over the Lysefjord.

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