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Making a Splash | Why timber is a great choice for a swimming pool structure
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Many people might incorrectly think that timber is a risky choice for swimming pool construction. Quite the opposite: timber is a resilient, healthy and robust material to use. It also looks amazing... 10 metre beam, used with a king post truss pushes the boundaries of what can be achieved with...
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The ‘boltless boathouse’ that’s up for an RIBA award
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This timber-frame boathouse uses no mechanical fixings in its structure. The boathouse, designed by Ashworth Parkes Architects, was inspired by traditional Japanese temples and ceremonial buildings. The pagoda-style curved roof is one of several Japanese influences in this elegant small project. TDUK members Carpenter Oak crafted the frame for this...
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The Department Store
The Department Store
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In 2015, the architectural practice Squire and Partners purchased a dilapidated three storey department store in the centre of Brixton.
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Wolfson Tree Management Centre
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Two radical timber buildings at the National Arboretum in Gloucestershire demonstrate how timber from trees felled in the routine maintenance of the estate were processed on site into structure and cladding, and constructed by volunteers and trainee carpenters.
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Loch Lomond National Park
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The new building is the headquarters of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority, which covers an area of over 700 square miles to the north and west of Balloch.
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David Douglas Pavilion
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The David Douglas Pavilion, a small but innovative new building constructed almost entirely of Douglas fir, is the central feature of the Scottish Plant Collectors Garden at Pitlochry.
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