Cladding Gallery

We illustrate below a range of projects where SiOO:X treatment has been used. They are located in the UK, Ireland and Sweden and are subject to varying climate conditions from northerly latitudes in Scandinavia and Scotland to the milder south of England and Ireland. 

The illustrations have been provided by customers directly and by our principal distributors and partners in the UK and Ireland, Russwood Timber and Machined Timber Specialists. Both companies have strong experience in factory treating with SiOO:X onto sawn and sanded timber using the standard and pigmented versions of the product. 

 

Russwood Projects 

Private home, East Lothian, Scotlarch® factory treated cladding by Russwood, photographer: Nigel Rigden

 

Private Home, Suffolk, Architect Select® Western Red Cedar factory treated cladding by Russwood, Azure Architecture, photographer: Alastair Howe

Private Home, Suffolk, Architect Select® Western Red Cedar factory treated cladding by Russwood, Azure Architecture, photographer: Alastair Howe

 

Private home, SILA A/B RW061 Vacuum coated cladding with Sioo:x by Russwood, Gerry Robb Architectural Design Services, photorapher: Nigel Rigden

 

Private home, SILA A/B RW061 Vacuum coated cladding with SiOO:X by Russwood, Gerry Robb Architectural Design Services, photorapher: Nigel Rigden

Machined Timber Specialists Projects

Machined Timber Specialists have supplied SiOO:X treated timber to a wide range of projects across Ireland. Working with some of the most innovative architectural practices with a strong design ethos, MTS have supplied SiOO:X aesthetically attractive protection solutions for buildings and structures in the private, public and charitable sectors. Some of these are shown below:

Private house in County Wicklow clad in western red cedar and factory treated with SiOO:X. Architect Kim Dreyer of Dreyer Architecture .Contractor Ken Joynt 

 

 SiOO:X treated Barretstown project in County WicKlow, Ireland 

The Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially opened a new Dining Hall at the Barretstown recreational camp for seriously ill children in County Kildare on Friday the 9th December 2016. Funding assistance was provided by the golfer, Rory McIlroy. The vision came from the international SeriousFun Childrens Network founded by the late Paul Newman. 

Called 'Elizabeth's Tree' House, the Dining Hall is specifically designed to meet the needs of campers providing a combination of excitement and tranquility inside its modern tree house design. At the 'heart' of the camp, the Dining Hall is a hugely important space where all of the Barretstown campers, staff and volunteers meet three times a day for meals, dancing, fun and games. The camp had outgrown the old dining hall which was limiting the numbers that could be taken in. The new dining hall is 50% larger and has improved facilities giving far more space to campers.

Speaking at the event, Mr Kenny said: "The service Barretstown offers children with serious illness and their families is really important to help these children on the road to recovery".See Barretstown

Sioo are proud to be associated with the project through the provision of its environmentally friendly SiOO:X Wood Protection system. The project is clad with Siberian Larch supplied and factory finished in SiOO:X by our Irish distributor MTS - The Wood Component Company based in Kilcoole. 

The versatility of SiOO:X is illustrated by the ability to have paint finishes applied shown to dramatic effect in the images of the project below. A case study of this lovely and sensitive development at Barretstown will be produced later.

 

Garden Studio at Enniskerry, County Wicklow

 

Clad in DuraWood, MTS's own brand thermowood, these pictures were taken during the final stage of construction. Five weeks after factory treatment with SiOO:X weathering was well advanced. 

 

Private House at Burrow Beach, Dublin. Photographs taken at dusk, courtesy of Marie-Louise Halpenny. 

 

Designed by Plus Architecture, a Dublin-based architectural practice, the project is a re-furbishment and extension of a derelict late-Victorian villa to provide a modern family house with aspect over the dunes of Burrow Beach. The protected structure has been remodelled and extended to take advantage of the magnificent views out over Dublin Bay and Ireland's Eye. The form of the new-build element is inspired by the shifting landscape of sand dunes on the beach. The Siberian larch cladding, black metal detailing, bronze anodised aluminium windows and large format glazing contrast with the lime render and slate roof of the existing house.

 

Lafcadio Japanese Gardens

Reception building at Lafcadio Japanese Gardens, Ireland. Western Red Cedar cladding with factory applied SiOO:X treament supplied by Machined Timber Specialists, Ireland. 


Lafcadio Japanese Gardens, Ireland - courtesy of Machined Timber Specialists, Ireland

 

Other projects:

 

Carraw Lodge on Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland

Just after treatment in September 2015

Just after treatment in September 2015

September 2018

Carraw Lodge is luxury farmhouse accommodation located in a remote position on Hadrian's Wall. The Western Red Cedar cladding was factory treated with original SiOO:X in 2015. The lower two images were taken in September 2018

 

English cedar clad house on the banks of the River Parret on the Somerset Levels. Architects, Orme Architecture, Ovolo Architectural Design. Builders, Dave Lee Builders.

 

English cedar clad house on the banks of the River Parret on the Somerset Levels

English cedar clad house on the banks of the River Parret on the Somerset Levels 

English cedar clad house on the banks of the River Parret on the Somerset Levels

 

Cedar clad house at Ennerdale Bridge in the Lake District 

Cedar clad house at Ennerdale Bridge in the Lake District

 

Siberian larch clad house and office extension in Reigate, Surrey

 

Spruce clad house and fir decking four years after treatment

Spruce clad house four years after treatment

 

Cedar clad house in Bristol

 

Spruce clad school in Sweden Ockero, Sweden

 

Spruce clad Ålleberg school in Sweden

 

Siberianlarch clad house in Sweden

Siberian larch house in Sweden

 

Spruce clad health centre, Hönö, Sweden

 

Light grey pigmented house Carrackbrack, Dublin, Ireland

 

Asda supermarket with SiOO:X treated ThermoWood cladding

Asda supermarket with ThermoWood cladding

 

Scottish larch clad house in Inverness-shire

Scottish larch clad house in Inverness-shire

Scottish larch clad house in Inverness-shire

Scottish larch clad house in Inverness-shire

Scottish larch clad house in Inverness-shire

Scottish larch clad house in Inverness-shire

 

Summerhouse by architect Leo Quarsebo, Sweden