Parklets in Graz
Update: Additional parklets in the shape of a wave were installed at Lendplatz during the summer of 2022.
As a result of this year’s Design Month, three parklets have been set up in Graz’ Zinsendorfgasse, inviting passers-by to enjoy a chance to sit and relax without having to go to a cafe. The fourth will follow in the autumn.
Thanks to its fabulous properties, such as sustainability, durability and inherent stability, the hi-tech timber Accoya was used to implement the parklet project. See for yourself - the results are on public display!To the photo gallery
Am 12. Jänner 2023 war es endlich soweit, nach fünf-jähriger Sanierungszeit wurde das historische Parlamentsgebäude am Ring in Wien feierlich wiedereröffnet!To the photo gallery
We were contracted to supply approx. 150 m² of smoothly planed terrace boards made of Accoya for construction of a lakeside terrace at Waldcafé's Thalersee.To the photo gallery
Accoya Grey pool surround
We supplied Accoya Grey decking boards for this 40 m² pool surround in Neudorf an der Mur. The tops of the boards are brushed to provide a better feel and are laid in a staggered arrangement.To the photo gallery
We supplied smooth Accoya decking boards, complete with decking feet, aluminium sub-structure and concealed mounts for a deck of around 120 m² in Kirchdorf an der Krems.To the photo gallery
Eugendorf shopping centre
The Eugendorf Center in Salzburg reopened in mid-December 2021. The centre occupies a 1,300 m² site next to the Wallersee/Eugendorf motorway exit.
The shopping centre has a modern facade made from approx. 3,000 running metres of Accoya slats supplied by us. Each planed Accoya slat measures 42 x 190 mm and is attached using just two bolt connections at the top and bottom, with the longest slat being just over 4.5 m long.To the photo gallery
Studio Martin Auer
Named “Atelier Martin Auer” (Studio Martin Auer), the new bakery headquarters opened on the corner of Maggstrasse – St. Peter Gürtel on 20 August 2021. The façade was designed to reflect the latest trends, featuring vertical louvres due to the clear benefits in regard to functionality and look. We were asked to deliver around 10 m³ of Accoya louvres for the façade on the 6,500 m² building.To the photo gallery
In late 2020, the walkways and decking at Eggersdorf lido were replaced.
Many types of timber are unsuitable for use in swimming pools and lidos due to substances they contain. Accoya was chosen as this high-performance wood is ideally suited to this specific application, as confirmed during tests conducted by Biologisches Labor Wien-Ost and already successfully demonstrated in multiple projects.
CO2 sparen mit Accoya
Um künftig CO2 einzusparen, will die ASFINAG auf Verkehrsschilder aus Holz umsteigen und hat dafür ein Pilotprojekt gestartet. Das Hightech Holz Accoya konnte durch die garantierte Haltbarkeit von mindestens 25 Jahren punkten.To the photo gallery
A mountain-top restaurant on the Kreischberg: ‘The Eagle’
‘The Eagle’, the new mountain-top restaurant at the Kreischberg ski resort, is a real eye-catcher. Opened in 2020, it sits enthroned on the summit of the mountain like an eagle in repose. We are proud that we have been able to furnish the material for its interior design. Faithful to the ‘ski chalet’ tradition, wood has been used for the interior layout to ensure a cosy atmosphere.To the photo gallery
We are particularly proud that our products have been used at this historical location, since the family places a great deal of importance on the use of wood.
Gipfelhaus Magdalensberg is located 1000 metres above sea level and is a well-known tourist attraction in Carinthia, as well as an ideal destination for hikers and wellness aficionados alike.To the photo gallery
Eco-house owned by professional surfer in Scarborough near Cape Town
Professional surfer Flo Jung, one of Germany’s top wave surfers, built himself an eco-house in Scarborough near Cape Town and chose to use the leading international high-performance wood Accoya, which we delivered to Cape Town from Graz.To the photo gallery
An interesting project was completed using Accoya in Graz in summer 2020. In addition to the new Mursteg Bridge, which can be used both on foot and by bike, the Grünanger shallow water zone was also remodelled.
The city of Graz purposefully chose to use Accoya for the Habitat Mur project because it is extremely long-lasting and unparalleled in its durability, there is virtually no formation of cracks due to low swelling and shrinkage, and it is low-maintenance. Furthermore, the high-performance wood also withstands extreme weather conditions, is pleasant to walk on with bare feet and is sourced from sustainable forestry.To the photo gallery
legero united campus Feldkirchen
The new legero united headquarters in Feldkirchen near Graz was completed in 2019. The legero united campus is a meeting place made up of two rings of different sizes with ample glazing. Attention was paid to the use of sustainable materials during the construction of the office ring and the cylinder-shaped outlet.To the photo gallery
Budapest - 13th District, Illovszky Rudolf Stadion
In Budapest's 13th District, a bridge has been built from Accoya, close to the Illovszky Rudolf Stadion, the home of Vasas FC.To the photo gallery
Property in Lower Austria
The interiors of a private home in the Lower Austria region were fitted with stylish Attersee embossed boards.To the photo gallery
TU Graz - Material collection shelves
Fifteen students built a materials archive for the Institute of Interior Design at Graz University. We contributed birch plywood for constructing the shelving system.To the photo gallery
State vocational college Eibiswald - Project laboratory extension
We used Accoya to create a 550 m² lap-jointed facade at the state vocational college in Eibiswald, Austria.To the photo gallery
Jagerberg natural pond
Accoya was chosen for the construction of jetties, playground equipment, climbing frames and much more at the Jagerberg natural pond. We supplied approx. 200 m² of rough-cut Accoya wood for this project, which was implemented in 2016/2017.To the photo gallery
TOMIziel umbrella bar - Berggasthof Scharfetter
The aprés-ski TOMIziel umbrella bar in the Hauser Kaibling ski resort was refurbished before the start of the 2018/19 ski season.To the photo gallery
The DIE WASNERIN wellness Hotel
The DIE WASNERIN wellness hotel in Bad Aussee seeks to achieve relaxation through all the senses. The smell of our hay veneer allows the guests to feel close to nature, even when they are inside the hotel.To the photo gallery
A feast for the senses! This project was completed using over 800m² of old sun-scorched spruce wall panelling, 300m² of old sun-scorched spruce slats and 160m² of 3s old sun-scorched spruce boards.To the photo gallery
The Ivy London
The Ivy Collection, a group of select restaurants, recently opened its latest restaurant - The Ivy in the Park - in Canada Square Park in London. The restaurant's creative interior design expertly combines high quality with sustainability through its use of Accoya wood - the world's leading long life sustainable wood - inside the new building.To the photo gallery
Wellnesshotel Alpenrose at Lake Achen
Everyone enjoys a feast for the eyes! This proverbial truth is embodied and confirmed in the Antique Rooms of 5* Wellnessresidenz Alpenrose on Lake Achen thanks to the beautiful blend of style and atmosphere.To the photo gallery
Hechenblaickner Headquarters in Graz
The conversion of our office building was completed using our own high-quality products.
These products included Medite Tricoya as well as the use of Accoya for the windows, façade and patio. By way of a pilot, the project also made use of teak veneer Tricoya wall panels. The interior was designed using rosewood veneer in the entrance area.
Garden lofts for Hotel Gut Guntrams
This imaginative project involved the use of over 35m³ Accoya in the shape of tongue and groove panelling and for the substructure.
This is the kind of project that really brings out the characteristic features Accoya: External walls subject to direct whether exposure, clad with jointless tongue and groove panelling that give them dimensional stability and a high level of strength.
Around 10.000 m² of oak veneer was used to furnish the interiors of the Grand Deluxe Rooms in the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski in Munich.To the photo gallery
Science Tower Graz
We supplied over 400m² of wild oak veneer for the 60-metre high building for Urban and Green Technology Research. This veneer was used for some of the offices, as wall panelling and for the front panels of a community kitchen.To the photo gallery
Education Campus in Seestadt Aspern
Around 100 m3 of Accoya timber was needed for the exterior facade and inside benches at the grammar school. The outside doors were also panelled with 3-layered Accoya.To the photo gallery
3,000 m2 of oak wood veneer 0.9 mm in rift and flamed look were used to refurbish the 34 rooms and the public areas.To the photo gallery
Tupay Palace, Graz
88 rustic beams were reconstructed based on original plans for the renovation of this magnificent listed villa.To the photo gallery
The conversion of our office building in Gratwein involved the use of saw cut oak veneer and Austrian walnut.To the photo gallery
Our reference projects also feature on nextproducts – the platform for architects and planners.To the photo gallery
500m² of 3-layer old spruce panels were used for the extravagant, chalet-style design of a private penthouse in the Swiss Alps.To the photo gallery
TU Graz, cafeteria
1,500 m² of oak veneer assembled in unbeatable quality and 150 m² of indigenous walnut, olive-stone ash and elm veneer were used to redesign the cafeteria at TU Graz.To the photo gallery
Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna
Wall panelling and furniture made of dark stained Alpi 20.60 KIS and curly mapleTo the photo gallery
Chalet Moeller Schottenhof
Trellis and terrace made of AccoyaTo the photo gallery
Shop and office refurbishment in old wood
(Solid wood panels, timber and beams)
Roughly 12m³ of Accoya was used to produce more than 3,000 balcony slats, creating a durable and tidy look.To the photo gallery
Lobby area, book shelves and 370 cm oak wood wall panelling with “solid wood look” (prefabricated veneer boards in places)To the photo gallery
Löwen Hotel, Montafon
Wall panelling in attic look with tongue and groove in sub-burned old woodTo the photo gallery
Swarovksi Crystal Worlds, Wattens
Climbing tower in AccoyaTo the photo gallery
Fandler Oil Mill
Furnishings in wild oak; prefabricated veneer panels were used in places.To the photo gallery
Mochoritsch Griffen-Rast Service Station
“Woven” wall panelling and furnishings in Ami walnutTo the photo gallery
Almwellness Hotel Pierer
Wall panelling and furniture in oak and spruceTo the photo gallery
Terrace made of AccoyaTo the photo gallery
St. Martin’s Spa und Lodge
Lobby area, bar and room furnishings and Lodge in Alpi 11.45 WengeTo the photo gallery
Alpi 33.97 ININ dominates the entire furnishings in the bank, from the entrance area to the conference roomTo the photo gallery
Wood Megastore Graz
Wooden facade in western red cedarTo the photo gallery