The silent Killer

Technical, Timber engineering/BIM

Save the planet” is the mantra that is heard reciting daily in the global contest by all media and all events. Being an environmentalist or becoming it fast is an obligation imposed on us by reckless use of resources. They are the ones under twenty who pull their ears to the system. It may surprise, but let’s think about it, this is the generation that advances to boast the most considerable rights, considering that their life expectancy is more than double compared to that of a fifty-year-old today. It will be them, their children, their grandchildren, and so on, who will have to take charge of a planet on the brink of collapse. All this imbued by the rhetoric of the climate summits where we solemnly promise that by 2020 .., 30 and ..40 emissions will be reduced by a whole lot. (more…)

Mass Timber Plants Growing Outside of Europe by Paul Kremer

CLT, News, Timber engineering/BIM

Throughout 2019 we have seen some amazing achievements in the mass timber market around the world. Whilst there is some much activity it’s hard to keep track with the pace intensifying. Let’s take a closer look at just a few developments occurring outside of Europe. (more…)

Tall timber building – The results of the survey

Building systems, R&D, Static, Technical, Timber engineering/BIM

It’s always interesting and at the same time important, to understand the opinion of the different type of figures who work in the world of timber buildings. For this reason in the last few years we proposed some surveys which always gave us satisfying results, and suggested us some food for thought. The last one we made was about multi-storey buildings.

In the following analysis we wanted to share with you the most significant data about the surveys we made.

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CLT oversea: Find out how we did it!

Technical, Timber engineering/BIM

When you have to transport materials to a construction site on another continent, what should be considered? In this article we will try to highlight the main aspects and limits of container transport based on our experience gained on oversea sites. (more…)

Complex geometries and the Ergodomus Easter egg made of…

News, Technical, Timber engineering/BIM

The new architectures require increasingly elaborate shapes and timber is undoubtedly one of the best material for this purpose: in a few weeks we will be able to show you a really amazing project we are working on … not just during the day … At the moment we can not tell you more.

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