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mercredi 31st mai 2017
David Trubridge teams up with MEDITE SMARTPLY to light up Redwood Forest.
Leading designer and maker of contemporary lighting, David Trubridge, has made use of MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME in an innovative outdoor lighting installation in Rotorua on New Zealand’s North Island.
jeudi 25th mai 2017
A clever design piece from Jardine Couture has made use of MEDITE SMARTPLY OSB for an easily-transportable exhibition kit that tells the story of an innovative Northumberland arts project, The Mansio. In similar style to the arts project it exhibits, the exhibition stand is designed to be transportable and stores within itself, enabling it to visit different locations to help share the story of The Mansio project with a wider audience.
jeudi 27th avril 2017
Colourful directional figures made of MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME now point out a safe route to school for children in Billund, Denmark.
lundi 24th avril 2017
MEDITE SMARTPLY, producers of innovative timber panel products, has launched a interesting new app for its SMARTPLY product range.
vendredi 31st mars 2017
In a significant move for the construction industry, MEDITE SMARTPLY, producers of innovative timber panel products, has signed a commitment as part of a consortium planning the construction of the world’s first Tricoya® wood chip acetylation plant. To be built in Hull, the plant will produce the raw material for the manufacture of MEDITE® TRICOYA® EXTREME, the market leading high performance wood panel.
mardi 28th mars 2017
MEDITE SMARTPLY, producers of innovative timber panel products, have donated €1000 to Carrick-On-Suir River Rescue.
jeudi 9th mars 2017
MEDITE SMARTPLY, producers of innovative timber panel products, have been awarded the most sustainable stand over 60m2 at Ecobuild 2017.
vendredi 3rd mars 2017
SMARTPLY DRYBACKER, an innovative factory-prepared oriented strand board (OSB), has greatly reduced the time spent on the latest big build project for contractor SD Plastering.
lundi 13th février 2017
MEDITE SMARTPLY, leading supplier of sustainable OSB and MDF panel products, is partnering with award winning social enterprise Goldfinger Factory for its ground-breaking new stand at Ecobuild 2017.
mercredi 8th février 2017
The tatami, a mat that is used in many Japanese houses, is still used in Japan for measuring houses and rooms. The size and lay-out plan of the tatami mats were also the inspiration for the Amsterdam based architect Julius Taminiau when designing and building a floating house to live and work in. The sizes of the tatami correspond relatively well with the standard size of 244 x 122 cm of today’s panel material. In order to use the panel material as cladding for a floating house an extremely durable, waterproof material was required. Therefore the architect chose MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME. This acetylated MDF is waterproof, and sets itself apart through dimensional stability and extreme durability.