Fiberon Wildwood composite cladding will be on display during the Architecture Expo (Booth #1651) June 8–9 at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Conference on Architecture in San Francisco. Architects, designers and other industry professionals in attendance will get an up-close look at the award-winning wood-plastic composite cladding, including the new Bamboo color that launched in October 2022.

Wildwood is made from 94 percent mixed recycled wood fiber and plastic content that would otherwise likely be destined for landfills and incinerators. Offering a more detailed look at its environmental impact, Fiberon recently issued a third-party Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for Wildwood, which evaluated raw material extraction, manufacturing, product disposal and more. Additionally, Fiberon Wildwood composite cladding facilitates better management of bulk water infiltration, capillary water intrusion and water vapor exfiltration.

As a result, Wildwood has earned numerous accolades for its sustainable and innovative design, including:

  • Architectural Products magazine’s Product Innovation Award (2022)
  • Green Builder magazine’s Sustainable Products of the Year (2022, 2023)
  • GOOD DESIGN® Award (2022)
  • GREEN GOOD DESIGN® Award (2023)
  • Architect Newspaper’s Best of Products Honorable Mention (2022)
  • Architizer magazine’s A+ Products Special Mention (2022)

Wildwood features two globally inspired collections — Eden and Sahara — both of which feature on-trend, nature-inspired color palettes. The Eden Collection is inspired by lush, tropical forests and features an array of exotic hues including Mora, Wenge, Meranti, Koa and Tupelo. The Sahara Collection draws inspiration from arid, sandy landscapes and includes rich desert tones like Mulga, Sumac, Palo and Bamboo. 

Backed by a 50-year warranty covering stain, fade and performance, Wildwood composite cladding features an open joint profile and is available in a variety of board lengths and widths for added design flexibility.The cladding is mindfully produced at plants that reuse waste and use a closed-loop system to conserve water. 

For more information on Wildwood composite cladding, download the Fiberon AIA press kit at or visit