10 December 2020
Dalston Lane: PEFC-certified timber stars in award winning residential building
Nearly 34 metres high, Dalston Lane in London is one of the world’s largest load-bearing building made of cross laminated timber (CLT). Using PEFC-certified CLT, it removes more CO2 from the atmosphere than it adds to it.
20 August 2020
MalisGarten: first 5-storey hotel made of PEFC-certified timber opened in Austria
PEFC-certified glued laminated timber and cross laminated timber were used for the entire supporting structure. The wood used for the furniture, doors, floors and decoration gives the rooms a warm atmosphere and a natural scent.
5 August 2020
The Rye by Tikari in London: sustainable living, with a difference
PEFC-certified cross laminated timber has been used to create sustainable and thermally efficient duplex apartments in South London, with a unique and authentic design.
22 July 2020
Regent's Park Theatre London: timber performs perfectly
Regent's Park Theatre has used PEFC-certified cross laminated timber (CLT) already in 2012 for a series of sustainable buildings. In 2018, CLT was back, allowing for the construction of a two-storey building within the six-month window between theatre seasons.
10 July 2020
Australian Turtle Centre: timber chosen for strength and sustainability
Mon Repos is home to the largest concentration of marine turtles on the eastern Australian mainland. The Centre recently underwent a rejuvenation, using certified glued laminated timber.