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Timber Design Conference general
New timber design conference will help ‘accelerate a low-carbon future’
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Timber Development UK is proud to announce our inaugural desgin conference focused on a low carbon transformation of the built environment using timber. Taking place on 26 June 2024, the UK Timber Design Conference will bring together disruptors and market leaders to discuss how we can create systemic change, usher...
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The Merchant Guide to Selling Timber
The Merchant Guide to Selling Timber
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The Merchant Guide to Selling Timber is a comprehensive new resource from TDUK to help merchants maximise their sales of timber and timber products.
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cover of Timber Policy document
Timber Policy
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Countries across the world are embracing timber construction - and encouraging it in their national and regional policies. What can the UK learn from them? Read the inspiring case studies in this document to find out.
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Embodied Carbon
2024 Embodied Carbon Data for Timber Products
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Although timber is classed as a low embodied carbon construction material, different timber products will have different embodied carbon values depending on the energy inputs during processing and transportation.
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New Model Building Guide
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New Model Building sets out design principles demonstrating how mass timber can be used safely to construct residential buildings up to 18 metres in height. This overview Guide describes why we need the New Model Building and what it includes.
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Wood Awards 2023 Shortlist Announced
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Twenty buildings and fourteen furniture projects have been shortlisted for this year’s Wood Awards – which celebrate excellence and innovation in timber architecture and design. From over two hundred projects entered, this shortlist of thirty-four entries celebrates the diversity and creativity of buildings and furniture made using the world’s foremost...
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Timber Typologies
If timber is to realise its potential, we must know what we mean when we say timber.
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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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Water Tower from Tonkin Liu - Dennis Pedersen
Water Tower
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In this retrofit project by Tonkin Liu, a steel-framed water tower has undergone a dramatic transformation to become a part-time residence for photographer Dennis Pedersen and his family.
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Net Zero Roadmap
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The Net-Zero Roadmap project wants to establish a clear route to net-zero by 2050 for the industry. The roadmap highlights the key areas where the timber industry can make a difference.
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