Fresh from the Landscape Show, we address the hot topic on everyone's agenda...sustainable design. Looking at the circular economy, and the role reclaimed tropical timber plays in reducing the environmental impact of construction.
Reclaimed sustainable timber demonstrates its circular economy potential once again. As John O’Driscoll and the award-winning Adventure Playground Engineers re-use Greenheart timber re-claimed from the Woolwich Ferry Terminal in an ambitious design for Berkeley Homes. At Ashwells Reclaimed Timber [...]
Ashwells supports European 50% reclamation targets As the new Europe wide FCRBE initiative launches, Ashwells joins Salvo’s action group, and pledges to do all it can to help increase the reuse of [...]
Eco-Friendly Design that’s Durable and Stable Reclaimed sustainable timber proves its landscape design credentials once again. As the celebrated Davies White ‘Back to Nature’ design - featuring reclaimed tropical Keruing - takes [...]
Sustainable Timber at RHS Reclaimed sustainable timber has taken pride of place at this year’s RHS Chelsea, with Ashwells Reclaimed Timber featuring in both the Back to Nature and Facebook: Behind the [...]
The Day Countryfile Came to Visit After numerous phone calls and fact checking the day finally arrived. Everyone at Ashwells was thrilled that the BBC had decided to feature our company on a nationally [...]
Reclaimed timber interior by March Studio Melbourne designers March Studio transformed the foyer interior of Hotel Hotel in Canberra, using thousands of planks of salvaged wood. The planks are fixed around the ceiling and [...]
We have a small quantity of these gorgeous solid oak table and bench sets. Built to last with a simple, but very appealing, design. Treat with Danish Oil annually and they should outlast any other [...]