– Seilerlinhart Architects’s project for a carpentry in Switzerland, an elongated timber production hall, covered with local spruce shingles, reflects the sustainability of the timber system.
– A geometrical palisade of cedar slats, interrupted by big windows, that follows the contours of the site: so it appears the house completed by Paul Bernier Architecte on Lac Grenier, Québec.
– Kengo Kuma brought to the Jardin des Tuileries a concept between art and architecture, that “offers an organic geometry by a geometric composition of wooden elements”.
– Presented in Tokyo, Kamuy is the new wooden furniture collection by Fukasawa for the Japanese company Conde House designed with smooth lines.
– After steel and glass, we take a look at the great pieces of architecture featuring wood that lined the Cardo and Decumanus, channelling sustainability, age-old knowhow and new technology.
– Vo Trong Nghia’s conference hall for the Naman Retreat is an impressive vault bamboo structure that demonstrates the many possibilities of use of this material in architecture.
– Cárcamo Segovia chooses two simple shapes, the circle and the rectangle, for his table made of two superimposed levels and designed for small spaces.
– AZC has transformed the design of two university auditoriums in Paris in an occasion to realize the transformation of a city block court, creating a functional and desirable urban space.
– How much kiosk can you get for $75,000? Team Ultramoderne probes this question through a quest to build the largest flat wood roof possible using Cross-Laminated Timber.
– For his own house in Los Angeles, Martin Fenlon refurbished a 1920’s bungalow adding a new frontispiece which is nested within the old house while maintaining a stark differentiation.
Top: Atelier Pierre Thibault, La Chèvre, Canada