Qu’est-ce que c’est le bois Kebony?

Kebony est un bois véritable, haut de gamme, recommandé par des grands architectes. Il est écologique, durable et ne requiert aucun entretien au-delà d’un nettoyage normal. La performance du bois Kebony a été démontrée dans de nombreuses applications, notamment en terrasses et bardages. 

Développée en Norvège, la technologie Kebony® est un procédé breveté, respectueux de l’environnement, qui améliore considérablement les propriétés des bois résineux à partir d’un liquide biologique. Le procédé modifie de manière permanente la structure moléculaire du bois et lui donne des caractéristiques supérieures ainsi qu’une profonde couleur brune. Kebony est disponible en Character (avec nœuds) et Clear (net de nœuds). Après exposition au soleil et à la pluie, le bois développe une belle patine naturelle, d’une teinte gris-argentée. Les performances du bois restent conservées, alors que sa beauté est accentuée.

Kebony, grâce à sa technologie innovante et respectueuse de l’environnement, a été reconnu comme “Technology Pioneer” par le Forum économique mondial et Global Cleantech 100. Kebony fait l’unanimité auprès de grands architectes, créateurs et promoteurs immobiliers, qui sont fournis par un réseau de vente et de distribution mondial.

 

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Beautiful Ibiza villa employs invisible terrace decking system by Exterpark using Kebony wood
Pioneering decking system provides beauty and comfort for private terrace Mario Rodriguez and his team at Yvyra , which specialises in wood floorings, have recently completed the installation of a Kebony roof terrace for an impressive private villa located in Vista Alegra, on...
Villa Sval, Kebony wood cladding, The Future of Architecture
Images by Per Erik Jæger State-of-the-art self-build comprises 9,000 metres of Kebony Henning Kongshavn Frønsdal, Architect at LINK Arkitektur , one of Scandinavia’s most prestigious architectural firms, has recently completed his own self-build project located on the outskirts...
floating dock design
As the popularity of boating and watersports grows, so does the need for marinas and docking areas to grow and expand their capacity to harbor boats. And with only so much real estate available on existing docks, marinas and waterfront properties, expansion can be a difficult...
Taylor Young awarded "40 under 40"
Kebony USA's Taylor Young was designated a Wood Industry 40 Under 40 winner for the Class of 2017 . He received his award shortly after making a presentation at the Leadership Forum at AWFS show in Las Vegas on July, 19th, 2017. The AWFS is one of North America's largest...
wood terrace design ideas
The word terrace comes from the Latin word for “earth”, meaning a structure that is built or raised up from the earth. Over the years, terraces have undergone significant transformations, with the term becoming synonymous with any type of structure that links the outdoors with...
Social media for architects
You know that social media is a vital part of your marketing campaign, but there are so many different platforms out there, each requiring a slightly different approach. Where should you spend your time and how do you make the most of your social media accounts? First things...

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