Stora Enso UK Ltd

CGI image of rooftop extension of Arding & Hobbs building, showing interior of upper floors
Timber brings rooftop extension to iconic former department store
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TDUK member Stora Enso supplied the prefabricated Sylva™ CLT building kit for the rooftop extension at Arding & Hobbs – a former department store that's a much-loved South London landmark. A CGI of the interior, with CLT clearly visible at ceiling level. It's a great example of how timber, by...
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Is mass timber the future of the workplace?
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The use of mass timber in the commercial sector has seen a recent flourishing in the UK, with increasing interest from investors. Here, some of the frontrunners in the industry explain why. Occupiers want healthy and sustainable workspaces Alex Dunn, research manager at Cromwell Property Group, has undertaken extensive research...
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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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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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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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Arcadia Nursery
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Arcadia Nursery was created to provide early-years education for children of university staff, students and the general public and caters for up to 113 children ranging in age from six weeks to five years. Completed in 2014, the nursery brought together two existing university nurseries, on two separate sites in...
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