What is Kebony?

Kebony is a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects. It is sustainable, durable and requires no maintenance beyond normal cleaning. Kebony’s performance has been proven in a variety of applications including decking and cladding.

Developed in Norway, the Kebony® technology is an environmentally friendly, patented process, which enhances the properties of sustainable softwood with a bio-based liquid. The process permanently modifies the wood cell walls giving Kebony premium hardwood characteristics and a rich brown color. After exposure to sun and rain the wood develops a natural silver-gray patina. Performance is maintained, while beauty is enhanced. Kebony is available in clear and character grade.

Recognized as Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum and listed as a Global Cleantech 100 company, Kebony has been embraced by leading architects, designers and developers, which are served through a global sales and distribution network.

 

 

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Valley Villa by Arches wins Residential Architect Design Awards
Photography © Arches Kebony and Arches celebrate Valley Villa’s recent award win Valley Villa by Arches , a contemporary, eco-friendly villa clad in sustainable Kebony wood, has been announced as a winner for the Residential Architect Design Award for the category Custom Home...
deck decor ideas
For many the winter season isn't just about chilly weather and snow, but rather is a festive time for holidays and spending time with loved ones. One way of spreading some cheer, whether holiday related or not, is to update the decor on your deck. After all, the deck or patio...
improve your deck business
As a deck builder your primary goal for your business is to not just get by, but really make true success while creating beautiful outdoor spaces for your customers. When it comes to solid business practices there is no room for complacency. Far too many decking builders reach a...
Canada's first funicular opens in Edmonton
Photography by Brock Kryton Canada’s first funicular, officially named ‘the 100 Street Funicular and Frederick G. Todd Lookout’, has now opened as an attraction to members of the public in downtown Edmonton. Designed in its entirety by Dialog Design , this $24 million project...
decking trends for 2018
Decks are an incredibly important part of a home, serving as a place of entertainment as well as relaxation. Despite them being a place where a lot of time is spent, it seems as though decking trends aren't always as inventive as other aspect of exterior design. Thankfully this...
Ian Bennett winning Kebony wood sculpture competition
Winner announcement of 2017 sculpture competition Kebony partnered with the University of East London to provide Fine Art and Architecture students with an opportunity to examine and discover the inherent qualities of Kebony by developing their own proposition for a sculpture...

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