Accoya Insights – May 2024

05.06.2024

Accoya company updates

Accoya company updates

Accoya Insights – our bi-monthly newsletter bringing you relevant company updates and key developments from around the world.

This edition includes:

  • Kingsport Plant Update
  • Project Features- The Shady Brooke office building, Villa M and the ABB building
  • Accoya on the road- International Builders Show,  Future Build, Cradle 2 Cradle Exhibition, Fensterbau, Holizpur Jubilee, Swissbau, and 100%
    Habitat 100% Jardin Exhibition
  • New Distribution- Keim and Saroyan Hardwoods
  • Laminated Accoya
  • New Faces- Sergio Munhoz

Introducing Interwood as new Greek distributor

12.10.2023

Located in Elefsina Greece and listed on the Athens Stock Exchange, Interwood is the largest timber and construction wood materials wholesaler in Greece. It was founded over 40 years ago and has more than 150 employees across Athens and Thessaloniki, with a strong focus on investing in innovation and committing to more sustainable materials.

Accoya Insights – May 2024

03.10.2023

Accoya company updates

Accoya company updates

Accoya Insights – our bi-monthly newsletter bringing you relevant company updates and key developments from around the world.

This edition includes:

  • Kingsport Plant Update
  • Project Features- The Shady Brooke office building, Villa M and the ABB building
  • Accoya on the road- International Builders Show,  Future Build, Cradle 2 Cradle Exhibition, Fensterbau, Holizpur Jubilee, Swissbau, and 100%
    Habitat 100% Jardin Exhibition
  • New Distribution- Keim and Saroyan Hardwoods
  • Laminated Accoya
  • New Faces- Sergio Munhoz

Top features for buyers that could increase the value of your home

11.09.2023

With house sales slumping to their lowest in over a decade, and mortgage approvals on the decline, it is critical that homeowners looking to sell their property know which features they should invest in to attract prospective buyers.  

New research from Accoya reveals that energy efficiency is one of the top three features buyers look for. In fact, more than a quarter (29%) of respondents cite it’s in the top three most important features when purchasing a forever home*.  

Over a third (37%) say a newly fitted kitchen is the most important feature when purchasing a property and more than a quarter (29%) say they’d be more likely to buy a home that has lots of windows for natural light.  

Ten most important features for buyers choosing a forever home:

Ten most important features for buyers choosing a forever home:

 

Newly fitted kitchen – 37% 

Lots of windows for natural light – 29% 

Energy efficient – 29% 

Landscaped garden – 24% 

Recently refurbished bathroom – 20% 

A double garage – 18% 

A double driveway – 17% 

Low maintenance garden – 17% 

Bi-fold doors – 15% 

Balcony – 13% 

 While a newly fitted kitchen and plenty of natural light have always been significant features to homebuyers, energy efficiency has risen in importance. Of course, with high – and unstable – energy bills affecting every household, this is hardly surprising. Nonetheless, for those looking to increase the buyer appeal of their existing property, it is important to note that this is now one of the key features for those looking to purchase a home. 

“By choosing windows made from high performing materials, such as Accoya, homeowners get both natural light and high efficiency, so it’s a no brainer to put replacing old windows at the top of the home improvement wish list to help reduce energy bills and increase desirability,” comments Gillian Edwards, Head of Communications and ESG at Accoya.  

While the market remains unstable, many property owners are investing in their current premises. In fact, more than half (51%) of homeowners say they are currently planning to make energy-efficient home improvements and, when it comes to higher-income households, two thirds (66%) say they’re planning on improving the energy efficiency of their property. 

However, it’s not just energy-efficient modifications that are rising in popularity. Homeowners are also looking for more sustainable products as part of an effort to reduce their property’s carbon footprint. In fact, over a third (36%) of homeowners say they would invest more in sustainable home improvements

With so many people having to rethink their spending habits to meet rising costs, it’s promising to see that homeowners are thinking ahead and investing in improving their property’s energy efficiency.  

“More often than not, people think that increasing insulation and installing a new boiler is enough to make a home energy efficient. However, according to energy.gov, heat gain and heat loss through windows is responsible for 25-30% of residential heating and cooling energy use, making energy efficient windows an important consideration for both homebuyers and homeowners, concludes Gillian.  

Accoya wood is a high performance and sustainable product that is ideal for window frames and doors. It is highly stable and durable with a 50-year warranty. In comparison to other standard wood types for joinery, Accoya has excellent thermal conductivity properties with its insulation value being 30% better than hardwood and 8% better than softwood**. For homeowners, this ultimately leads to warmer windows with a superior energy efficiency rating. 

*Research conducted among 2,004 UK homeowners in June 2023 

**Verified by the British Woodworking Federation 

Accoya® fender shows outstanding resilience in River Thames, London

Environment Agency specifies additional Accoya fenders after trial shows outstanding durability and sustainability. Nine fenders installed along the Thames beside the famous Cutty Sark

Following a successful trial the Environment Agency’s TEAM 2100 has chosen to commission and install a further nine Accoya fenders along the banks of the Thames.

TEAM2100 is the Environment Agency’s 10-year programme to refurbish and replace tidal flood defences in London and the Thames Estuary.

In 2020, the Environment Agency agreed to trial and test an Accoya fender at Duke Shore Wharf, with wood being donated by Accsys via International Timber. The Agency was looking for a resilient, stable and durable alternative to hardwood that could offer improved sustainability credentials whilst continuing to promote a healthy and diverse marine habitat.  The fenders are an essential part of flood risk management assets in the Thames Estuary.

After two years of positive performance at Duke Shore Wharf the Environment Agency has commissioned nine further fenders at Deptford Walls, Greenwich. These fenders were installed in September 2022. To provide biodiversity benefits, the innovative design for the nine new fenders, created by Glasgow University and Kings College London, included habitable spaces for marine life (see diagram).

“Choosing materials that are sustainable and that consider the effects of their production on the environment is a key goal of our flood risk management programme.  Certification processes, such as the Cradle to Cradle Certified® Products Program, help achieve this and permit identification of materials that consider the effects of their production on the environment, minimise energy and water use and aid social fairness. Finding a viable, sustainable substitute for hardwood has been an important goal of ours,”  said Dr Jo Guy, of the Environment Agency’s TEAM2100, Environment and Sustainability Manager.

 

John Alexander, Group Director of Sales, Accsys commented: “The Thames water is a tough environment with brackish salt water with active marine organisms which rapidly degrade all but the most durable wood types. It’s a real endurance test for a wood product and the performance is in line with our expectations after running sea trials of up to 13 years from the Pacific Ocean to the North Sea.”

The fenders are being used by the Environment Agency’s TEAM2100 programme as proof of concept that it can replace hardwood, provide habitat and contribute to achieving the organisation’s Circular Economy, Net Zero, Environmental Net Gain, and Social Value sustainability ambitions.

Regenerative design consultancy, 540 WORLD worked with Accsys, Jacobs, Balfour Beatty and TEAM2100 to implement this important sustainability initiative, with a view to more widespread substitution of slow-growing hardwood with fast-growing, rapidly carbon-sequestering and very durable Accoya. The lack of toxic or plastic-based additives to Accoya is vital to its use in these environments, eliminating the risk of potential leaching into the water and environmental or ecological harm.

Each cubic metre of Accoya contains nearly one tonne of CO2 absorbed by certified sustainable forests, which keeps that carbon safely stored for decades. This installation in the Thames Estuary will provide further data on long-term performance, adding to the consensus of positive data that Accsys has collected from sites in the Mediterranean and North Seas.

Sustainable Accoya® wood replaces hardwood to enhance ecological habitat in Thames Estuary Environment Agency collaboration

05.01.2021

Accoya wood Fenders

Accoya wood Fenders

  • Environment Agency chooses Accoya to replace hardwood for assets that support bio-diversity

 

  • Accsys donated the wood to gather further data on durability and longevity in marine environments, adding to positive testing results from the Mediterranean and North Sea.

 

Fenders are not only an essential part of flood management assets in the Thames Estuary, they also provide unique bio-diversity niches in tidal waters, promoting healthy and diverse habitats.

Accoya wood, donated by Accsys via its distributor International Timber, is being used by the Environment Agency’s TEAM2100 programme as proof of concept that it can replace hardwood, provide habitat and contribute to achieving the organisation’s Net Zero ambition.

 

TEAM2100 said

“TEAM2100 is the Environment Agency’s 10-year programme to refurbish and replace flood risk management assets in London and the Thames Estuary. Asset management approaches enable sustainable delivery. Choosing construction options and materials are part of this approach, and material ‘provenance’ is key to delivering sustainably. Certification processes, such as the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Products Program, help achieve this and permit identification of materials that consider the effects of their production on the environment, minimise energy and water use and aid social fairness. We look forward to observing the performance of Accoya wood as a potential substitute for hardwood.”

Dr Jo Guy, of the Environment Agency and Environment and Sustainability Manager.

Why Accoya?

Why Accoya?

Sustainability consultancy 540 WORLD worked with Accsys and TEAM2100 to implement this important sustainability initiative, with a view to more widespread substitution of slow-growing hardwood with fast-growing, rapidly carbon-sequestering and very durable Accoya. The lack of toxic or plastic-based additives to Accoya is vital to its use in these environments, eliminating the risk of potential leaching into the water and environmental or ecological harm.

Each cubic metre of Accoya contains nearly one tonne of CO2e absorbed by certified sustainable forests, and keep that carbon safely stored for decades: it is warrantied for 50 years above ground, and 25 years in fresh water, with previous tests also indicating exceptional durability and integrity in marine environments. This installation in the Thames Estuary will provide further data on long-term performance, adding to the consensus of positive data from sites in the Mediterranean and North Seas.

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From stone to stable, sustainable wood: Accoya timber clads Herzog & De Meuron Stadtcasino Basel extension in historic style

16.09.2020

After four years of construction, the expanded, renovated and updated Stadtcasino Basel (Switzerland) reopened on 22 August 2020 with 1,100m2 of Accoya wood cladding on the CHF 77.5m extension inspired by the look of the original building’s neo-Baroque stone architecture.

The unparalleled dimensional stability of Accoya wood made it the ideal material to profile, join and coat in a way that could match the original styling from a distance, then offer an interesting surprise up close: discovering it is, in fact, finely crafted and detailed wooden siding, combining the old and the new but with a consistent style.

Herzog & De Meuron architects re-envisioned the Stadtcasino’s Stehlin concert hall as a new, fully independent building. When originally built in 1876, budget constraints severely curtailed construction, and tacked-on extensions in the 1930s did little to help.  This meant redesigning the entire west half of the site, developing what was a smaller annex into what now looks like a natural completion of the original design to include an entrance, foyer, backstage area and facilities that the concert hall deserves.  While the east side’s historic stone masonry remains intact, the extension uses cleverly profiled and joined Accoya wood for its CHF 1.15m façade.

The architects approached engineers Pirmin Jung AG with a challenge: how to match the style of the original main building but with an interesting, surprising twist. From a distance the similarity is remarkable, but when approaching closer the new extension’s natural, sustainable provenance becomes clearer – the surprise is that it isn’t stone at all, but innovative wooden siding.

Mario Hess, Structural Engineering Project Manager with Pirmin Jung, said: “Accoya wood was chosen to fulfill the constructional challenge, the architectural expectation and the façade’s fine details. Its dimensional stability and durability were vital, and many other materials would be too heavy as well. The way Accoya works with coatings, while still retaining the un-mistakeable look and feel of real wood grain, was a real added bonus for this unique project.”

17 different profiles of Accoya timber were provided by distributor Holzpur AG and carpenter PM Mangold for the siding, and a ‘test wall’ was built to monitor performance of the wood and coating over a period of two years ahead of final construction. This made certain that the look and performance were suitable, and the result is a building with two very different finishes on its old and new halves looking like a single, complete and beautiful design with subtle distinguishing characteristics.

The image on the left clearly depicts the two different surfaces: Accoya wood (left half) and stone (right half) match in a common style.

 

 

The acetylation process that drastically improves Accoya’s dimensional stability and durability penetrates throughout the timber without adding toxic elements or chemicals that could leach out.  This also means that even the cut faces of the boards could be safely visible, exposed and coated, allowing the precise work and clean, detailed finish that this project required without compromising on either aesthetics or durability.

The Stadtcasino Basel Stehlin concert hall dates back to 1876 and is one of Europe’s most important concert halls. Herzog & De Meuron began the project with an urban study in 2012, and the restoration, preservation and new construction work has been ongoing for the last four years to create a new public space befitting the Barfüsserplatz in the center of Basel.

Architecture: Herzog & De Meuron
Engineering: PIRMIN JUNG Switzerland AG
Accoya distributor: Holzpur AG
Carpenter: PM Mangold AG
Coating system: Keim

Copyright photos:
Main photo: © Stadtcasino Basel |  © Roman Weyeneth
Other photos: © PIRMIN JUNG Switzerland AG

 

 

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New Accoya® Website Launch!

17.06.2020

A New Way of Thinking About Wood

A New Way of Thinking About Wood

We want to inform, create awareness, and above all inspire people with what they can accomplish using Accoya® wood, and our new website is designed to do just that.

We still have all the information, data and details about Accoya’s fantastic qualities and sustainability, but now we’re really showing just what you can do with it.

There are new ways to explore our major applications of windows, doors, cladding/siding and decking, and an extensive (and filterable) projects section that highlights some of the amazing places and buildings around the world that feature Accoya® wood.

We want to provide an online experience that delivers useful, relevant and inspirational content to all our audiences, and helps you find what you want and need through either browsing or searching – and our new ‘Knowledge Hub’ can help answer any questions you may have.

Complementing this, we’ve also made it much easier to buy Accoya® wood for your own project.  Our ‘Where to Buy’ section provides you with local and national listings for the distributors and trained manufacturers best placed to help you, no matter where you live or what you want to do!

 

With this new, more tailored and local focus, we are also now presenting a truly global brand for Accoya. When you first visit the site, you will be automatically routed to your local version of the website – in your local language and showing you the most relevant content.  We have started this off with five localised websites for our current largest geographic markets, and are set up to extend this further as we continue to grow.

 

The new Accoya® website is a big step forward for us as we grow and evolve Accoya® and its brand, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Accoya chosen for french windows & doors at a country home in Bath

03.05.2020

Designed and manufactured by Bath Bespoke, Accoya was selected for the windows and French windows and doors throughout this stunning country home on the outskirts of Bath.

All the windows and doors were completely bespoke and crafted using traditional methods by the team at Bath Bespoke. Working closely with their clients and their selected architects, Bath Bespoke combined a mixture of styles – some sleek, contemporary elements and some period style mouldings to complement the exposed stone throughout the property.

Accoya was chosen as the ideal wood for the project thanks to its seamless quality finish and its ability not to shrink or swell during seasonal weather changes, meaning Accoya doors and windows open and close effortlessly all year round.

Speaking on their decision to use Accoya for the project, creative director Tom Jones-Marquez said:

Being able to stand by our work is key for us and the stability and durability of Accoya allows us to do this more so, than with any other timber”.

Accoya® chosen for the restoration of HMS Warrior

11.03.2020

HMS Warrior, Britain’s first iron-hulled armoured battleship. Launched in 1860, Warrior was the pride of Queen Victoria’s fleet. Powered by steam and sail, she was the largest, fastest and most powerful naval ship of her day and had a lasting impact on naval architecture and design.

Painstakingly restored in Hartlepool and back home in Portsmouth since 1987, Warrior is a unique survivor of the once formidable Victorian Black Battlefleet and now serves as a museum ship.

The ship has more recently undergone a major restoration using large volumes of Accoya for replacing the gunwales and other parts of the ship that had slipped into a poor state. Accoya wood was selected due to its durability, ability to withstand extreme conditions and its dimensional stability, making it an ideal material for projects such as this.

To further enhance Accoya’s aesthetic, Remmers waterborne Sealing Primer, SW-910 end grain sealer and Compact Opaque PU brushing system was applied.

USA and Canada Competition time – Win a trip to Arnhem with Instagram

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21.10.2019

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If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Your flight cost will be covered and you will get an insight into where Accoya is made.

How to win

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02.10.2019

Laura Keily

Head of Product Marketing

The Handlebar Café

The Handlebar Café

The Handlebar Café is cycle-friendly, socially-sourced, straddles an old railway line and was designed by the young minds of spudYOUTH, a RIBA award winning charity.  Accsys has been supporting the project throughout its development, contributing both funding and sustainable, long-lasting Accoya® wood for its cladding and decking.

 

Accsys, together with its distributor James Latham (www.lathamtimber.co.uk), has provided the Accoya wood to help the students realise their dream project: a cyclist-friendly and community-centred café along the Viaduct Cycle Path at the foot of St Catherine’s Hill, south of Winchester.

 

After extraordinary community support from local businesses, individuals and the local authorities, over £350,000 was raised turning their concept into a reality with Handlebar Café officially opening for business yesterday.

 

A ‘model of sustainability’ and constructed largely from timber, the design was inspired by the train carriages that no longer run along the railway line.  Fitting in perfectly to the project’s sustainability goals is the use of Accoya® wood for the exterior elements.

 

Accsys’ proprietary acetylation process transforms FSC® certified, sustainable, fast growing wood into a building material that can also outperform man-made, unsustainable or heavily carbon-polluting alternatives. This means the Handlebar Café will not only look great, but will also be locking up captured atmospheric carbon in the wood of its walls and flooring for decades.

 

As Accoya wood is so stable and durable, the trees used to make them will actually be regrown several times over during the lifetime of products made from it – and the carbon footprint for production is very low (or even negative).

 

Local children, working with the spudYOUTH charity, designed and planned the venue to provide ethically-sourced food and drink, cycle hire and repair facilities, and training and jobs for young and long-term unemployed people.

 

It will also provide a venue for charity and community activities, with up to 140 free architecture workshops per year for up to 20 young people each. The project also aims to promote healthy and environmentally friendly living – not only through encouraging cycling, but also through ethical, local and sustainable sourcing.

Mark Drury, Director, SPUD said:

 

“this is the culmination of a tremendous amount of hard work by all the team involved. The support from the local authorities, local businesses and individuals has been truly incredible and without it we could not have reached this point. It’s been a fantastic journey working with all the team and in particular the young people. SPUD believes passionately in enabling young people to make take an active role in their community and make a real difference.”

 

Heather Evans, Director, Bespoke Biking said:

 

“We are passionate about encouraging and helping everybody, no matter what their age or ability, to cycle.  After over five years of dreaming, planning and building, the Handlebar Café is now a reality.  We are so excited and proud to see it complete and open for business in its beautiful Winchester setting.  Alongside our main Bike Hub in the centre of town, we are delighted to offer the Handlebar Café as a fantastic destination to walk or ride to.  We can’t wait for people to come and taste our great coffee, cakes and locally sourced sausage rolls, pies and pastries.

 

“Our aspiration is for the Handlebar Café to become a focal point for the local community and visitors, helping everyone appreciate the area’s fantastic natural environment.  We are looking forward to continuing our partnership work with Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust to help enhance the area and encourage the public to come and enjoy everything that this wonderful beauty spot has to offer.”

 

Accsys is committed to sustainability for the built environment, and is pleased to support this unique project by some potential architects of the future.

 

Find out more about Accsys at www.accsysplc.com

 

Architects: architecturePLB

Construction Team: Bespoke Modular Developments and BlueFish Construction

Engineers: ARUP

Photos: Pulse8 / Julia Conway Photography

USA and Canada Competition time – Win a trip to Arnhem with Instagram

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16.05.2019

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20.03.2019

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25.02.2019

Laura Keily

Head of Product Marketing

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21.01.2019

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17.01.2019

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14.01.2019

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07.01.2019

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21.12.2018

Laura Keily

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08.11.2018

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02.11.2018

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31.10.2018

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Share a captivating image on Instagram of a project you have designed or built which used Accoya wood. Make sure to include #accoyacreation in the caption to make sure we see your entry.

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28.09.2018

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Share a captivating image on Instagram of a project you have designed or built which used Accoya wood. Make sure to include #accoyacreation in the caption to make sure we see your entry.

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27.09.2018

Laura Keily

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October 21 – November 29

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USA and Canada Competition time – Win a trip to Arnhem with Instagram

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

17.08.2018

Enter to win the trip of a lifetime

What you could win

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Your flight cost will be covered and you will get an insight into where Accoya is made.

How to win

Share a captivating image on Instagram of a project you have designed or built which used Accoya wood. Make sure to include #accoyacreation in the caption to make sure we see your entry.

Competition dates

October 21 – November 29

Share your project now

Only open to residents of the USA and Canada.

USA and Canada Competition time – Win a trip to Arnhem with Instagram

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

16.07.2018

Enter to win the trip of a lifetime

What you could win

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Your flight cost will be covered and you will get an insight into where Accoya is made.

How to win

Share a captivating image on Instagram of a project you have designed or built which used Accoya wood. Make sure to include #accoyacreation in the caption to make sure we see your entry.

Competition dates

October 21 – November 29

Share your project now

Only open to residents of the USA and Canada.

USA and Canada Competition time – Win a trip to Arnhem with Instagram

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

28.06.2018

Laura Keily

Head of Product Marketing

Enter to win the trip of a lifetime

What you could win

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Your flight cost will be covered and you will get an insight into where Accoya is made.

How to win

Share a captivating image on Instagram of a project you have designed or built which used Accoya wood. Make sure to include #accoyacreation in the caption to make sure we see your entry.

Competition dates

October 21 – November 29

Share your project now

Only open to residents of the USA and Canada.

USA and Canada Competition time – Win a trip to Arnhem with Instagram

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

06.06.2018

Enter to win the trip of a lifetime

What you could win

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Your flight cost will be covered and you will get an insight into where Accoya is made.

How to win

Share a captivating image on Instagram of a project you have designed or built which used Accoya wood. Make sure to include #accoyacreation in the caption to make sure we see your entry.

Competition dates

October 21 – November 29

Share your project now

Only open to residents of the USA and Canada.

USA and Canada Competition time – Win a trip to Arnhem with Instagram

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

21.05.2018

Enter to win the trip of a lifetime

What you could win

If you’re the lucky winner, you will win a trip to the Accoya factory in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Your flight cost will be covered and you will get an insight into where Accoya is made.

How to win

Share a captivating image on Instagram of a project you have designed or built which used Accoya wood. Make sure to include #accoyacreation in the caption to make sure we see your entry.

Competition dates

October 21 – November 29

Share your project now

Only open to residents of the USA and Canada.

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