Built in the 1930s, this classic home in Hamburg was recently equipped with a spacious Kebony Clear terrace, staircase and bespoke storage solutions. The space under the staircase has been designed to store gardening equipment and a barbecue with an elegant door made from 10 m2 of Kebony wood. The owners chose Kebony because they were looking for a long-lasting wood for the elaborate redesign of the space.
Peter Gaetje was the contractor for this project which used a total of 48 m2 of Kebony Clear. The new Kebony terrace was laid on a substructure made of galvanised steel. Architects Cornelius Schlotthauer and Mirjam Matthiessen from the "architecturemade" office commented: "Besides creating a good atmosphere, we focus predominantly on functionality, sustainability and durability of build. Kebony wood fits perfectly with all of these principles."