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Kebony completes picture perfect retreat

Kebony completes picture perfect retreat

Island home provides spectacular spot for weekend getaway Nestled beside the river on an island site in Berkshire, Heather Cottage is a privately owned weekend retreat skilfully designed by Spratley & Partners. Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects ...

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Kebony demonstrates success in the US

Kebony demonstrates success in the US

Internationally renowned sustainable timber demonstrates versatility Operating on a global scale with distributors in Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and America, Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects, has continued its expansion throughout the United States. Apollo Apartments and ...

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Kebony observatory offers 360° viewpoint

Kebony observatory offers 360° viewpoint

Historical site entices birdwatchers worldwide Remotely located on the tip of Askøy, an island north of Bergen, the Birdwatching Tower has been sensitively designed by Norwegian architecture firm, LJB. The bird observatory is positioned in Herdla, an area renowned for ...

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Cubic design exploits Kebony cladding

Cubic design exploits Kebony cladding

Spectacular hillside house inspired by cluster design Located an hour north of Oslo, on a majestic hillside facing the Norwegian woods and Mjøsa Lake, lies the Gjøvik house. Imaginatively created by Norm Architects, the house comprises of six overlapping cubes ...

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Kebony completes spectacular Hampshire house

Kebony completes spectacular Hampshire house

Located in Hampshire within close proximity to the River Hamble, this remarkable new-build family home provides substantial entertainment space, designed by local architects AR Design Studio. Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects was carefully selected for the exterior ...

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Kebony to the rescue

Kebony to the rescue

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

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Canada’s First Funicular Opens in Edmonton

Canada’s First Funicular Opens in Edmonton

  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 ...

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