The events specifically dedicated for designers (engineers, architects, etc…) and companies operating in the timber sector in Italy are few and for sure the most important and now in its fifth edition takes place now in Verona.
This year’s theme will be: “Wooden buildings: quality – the basis for the durability!
Moisture | Renovation | Wellness ”
The theme of the training is undoubtedly fundamental to achieving high-quality buildings that will last for a long time. The forum is divided into four sessions and during the third of these “The redevelopment of existing buildings” the owner of the studio engineer Franco Piva will present a project that you will find on these pages in March or … … The redevelopment of the former machine shop Scaglietti in Modena: a symbol of the craftsmanship that has produced dozens of wonderful Ferrari cars.
All information can be found at the following link.
The forum wood Verona is part of a European circuit of events dedicated to timber construction and here you can find more information about.
At this link you can find some interesting interviews to the protagonists of the last edition.
Below is the press release of the organizers:
“The Forum International Wood 2016 offers manufacturers, designers, engineers and architects the opportunity to give an account of their experiences and achievements, as well as their objectives in the field of supporting works and construction wood and gives at the same time the ‘opportunities to architects and designers, managers of the body responsible for control and supervision of building works, builders and wood artisans, experts and trainers the opportunity to obtain and share information across the board. Italy is a very important market for wood materials, modern building of wood, efficiency and renewables. The wooden building has a growing importance in the construction sector in Italy and has a top position in Europe.
The Forum International Wood is based on the great experience of the “Holzbau-Forum” in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany). With this event we want to promote timber construction and provide a platform to create a positive trend towards the wooden.”