Our conference on DfMA was an enormous success! With incredible speakers from some of the most interesting markets, the event was truly unforgettable. Their inspiring presentations had a great impact on the whole conference and the knowledge and experiences shared gave to the audience a valid overview about the future of sustainable building practices. Moreover the engaging questions from our attendees during the round table demonstrated interest in the topics discussed and a desire to learn more about the potential of mass timber and DfMA approaches.
Thank you to all 200 attendees who, sharing our passion for sustainable and innovative construction, took part at DfMAy 2023.
We hope that each and every one of you got inspired to use mass timber and a DfMA approach for your next projects, and we can’t wait to see the amazing results you will achieve.
Digitization is what all our projects have in common
Grown products instead of ground products
We need to think buildings as a part of a community which include different generations and people, mixing living and working spaces
Timber is a really powerful climate tool: it has 15% to 25% lower embodied CO2
We moved from having just one tall mass timber project in the U.S.A to having the most tall mass timber building in just a couple of years
Is the system that provides the real benefit