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Technique Building extension retrofit glulam CLT exterior
The Technique Building
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The Technique Building received a new lease of life by a superstructure of glulam column-and-beam frame, and new storeys (with solid CLT floor slabs) added to the top. The building's six storeys feature high ceilings and generous open volumes.
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Lower James Street
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This rooftop extension of a 1920s office building used pre-fabricated CLT to create a dramatic double-height office space with a mezzanine floor and angled rooflights.
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timber neighbourhood
Planning permission granted for UK’s largest timber neighbourhood
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Human Nature’s radically sustainable plan for 685 new timber-frame homes for Lewes, in East Sussex, has been approved. One year after the proposal to transform a neglected 7.9-hectare brownfield site into a vibrant green neighbourhood was announced, the Phoenix development has been given the go ahead by the South Downs...
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Eurban: Timber trailblazers since 2003
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TDUK's members know about timber construction. But only one of them can lay claim to have delivered the UK’s first ever CLT project. That is Eurban, who have been creating engineered timber buildings for over 20 years. In 2004, Eurban provided what's thought to be the UK’s first cross-laminated timber...
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Regreening an unloved site
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Hayhurst & Co have created a verdant, light-filled CLT home that uses space to maximal effect. Commissioned by the clients to design a fun and exciting home for their young family, London-based architects Hayhurst & Co drew on the greenery and natural history of the site to create a re-imagined,...
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Pells Garden rain garden (Human Nature with Periscope)
The UK’S biggest timber development ever?
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The recently announced Phoenix Development in Lewes looks set to be the largest timber development the UK has ever seen. It is currently awaiting planning permission but, fingers crossed, it will provide 700 sustainably sourced timberframe homes. The developers, Human Nature, hope to kick-start a whole new revival in sustainable...
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Green House by Hayhurst & Co Architects
Green House
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Set on a backland plot in the Clyde Circus Conservation Area in Tottenham, Hayhurst & Co’s design for Green House draws on the natural history and verdant character of its location.
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Magdalene College by Niall McLaughlin
Magdalene College Library
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From the architects’ sketches through to the structural engineers’ solutions and the fabrication, and installation of engineered timber components, Magdalene College Library stands testament to the beauty, versatility, and sustainability of timber, and the rich collaboration of the team behind it.
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The Rye Apartments
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Facing Peckham Rye Park in South London is a new development of ten apartments that demonstrates how timber can be used to create homes which are sustainable, efficient to build and high quality.
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