Wood is often cited for its positive impact on health and wellbeing, and more landscapers and gardeners are using it to uplift urban spaces.
Engineered wood panels that are sustainable produced can not only help revitalise these urban areas but can also contribute to a project’s sustainability goals.
MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME (MTX) from MEDITE SMARTPLY is an excellent product for outdoor furniture, planters and high-end fencing.
MTX has outstanding durability and dimensional stability and is resistant to rot and fungal decay. Sustainably produced using wood from sustainably managed forests in Ireland, MTX offers landscape designers an environmentally conscious alternative to plastics or metals for installations and is guaranteed up to 50 years above ground and 25 years in ground. MTX is especially beneficial in environments where humidity and varying weather are usually concerns.
MTX was the star product at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2022. It was the main material used for the centrepiece of the MEDITE SMARTPLY Building the Future Garden, which was inspired by natural vertical rock strata. It was designed by multi-award-winning landscape architect and garden designer Sarah Eberle was heralded as a celebration of the brand’s commitment to sustainability, innovation, and wellness. The use of MTX also demonstrated the panel throughout its life cycle and highlighted the versatility of engineered wood panels.
The Edible Bus Stop an award-winning landscape architecture and design consultancy, also specified MTX, in partnership with Decorum London for a collection of distinctive planters at Hammersmith station. Bradmore Square was reinvigorated to create a calm, relaxing space that encouraged people to stop and spend time in the area. MTX was specified for its longevity, versatility and easy machinability.
MEDITE SMARTPLY continuously adapts products and services to suit end users’ needs whilst maintaining a consistent stance on sustainability and creating environmentally-conscious products that add value throughout the supply chain.
Landscapers and garden designers can share work, gain inspiration, and win prizes that will enable the user to build bigger and better with MDF on the MEDITE MDF community site: www.meditemakesitreal.com.
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