Accoya louvres for villa shading

Broadbeach Waters, QLD


3 villas, 3 designs

3 villas, 3 designs

On the Gold Coast of Australia, architect Jayson Pate Design, specified Accoya wood for one of three villas they designed and built simultaneously. The project was completed in 2020.

The three villas are of similar style with the majority of the property painted white but each has a contrasting element of louvres or cladding.

The third property in the row has Accoya louvres, installed alongside light-colored stone. The Accoya was stained with a Grey Cutek Decking Oil.

Accoya is the ideal material for louvres as it’s highly stable and durable. It also has a low thermal gain and will remain cool in the height of the Australian Summer, helping to keep the property cool by providing shading.

Local distributor, Paradise Timbers, supplied the Accoya wood for this project.
Accoya was specified for it’s quality, durability and price point.

© Kristian Van Der Beek

Applications used in this project:Inspiration Inspiration


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