Lightweight. Strong. Resistant. Kiri is lightweight. In many areas it is therefore significantly superior to other woods. It is a material that opens up a wide range of possibilities and, due to its physical properties, is a revelation for the lightweight construction sector, a market segment that is continuously growing. Low weight is especially beneficial in these areas:

Ship and boat building, surfboards, model aircraft and gliders, caravan construction
Ceilings, stairs, windows, modular buildings, tiny houses, wooden façades, structures for trade fairs, events and stages
Furniture, home accessories such as vases and bowls, garden furniture, packaging and storage containers

Module construction

Opportunities for innovative building developments using sustainable and modular structures for future-oriented urban development. Vacant spaces and unused city hotspots such as parking decks on high-rise...

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Façade construction

Wooden façades have proven their worth for centuries, on houses as well as on multi-storey timber structures. Kiri’s outstanding properties make it particularly suitable as façade...

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The popularity of kiri surfboards has increased in recent years with technology playing a role in producing quality products. In 2010, Paul Reisberg launched ARBO Surfboards in...

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Sauna construction

Saunas have many positive effects on body and mind: rest, relaxation, resilience, fitness, body cleansing. The more pleasant and comfortable the sauna, the more relaxing and...

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Ship and boat building

Wood is boat-building’s oldest material. Boats require a material that is both strong and light in weight. The less a hull weighs, the faster the boat...

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Tiny houses and caravans

Tiny houses, camper vans and caravans have one thing in common: they all need to be as sturdy and as light as possible. Kiri, which has...

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