Timber Works

MultiPly, a ten-metre high, carbon-neutral pavilion made entirely of American tulipwood, opens to the public in the courtyard of the Universita Degli Studi di Milano (University of Milan) on 8 April, and it will remain there until 19 April as part of the curated Interni...

First TTF TimberWorks visit held in Wiltshire A party of 16 architects, structural engineers, specifiers, and timber industry organisations were welcomed by TTF member East Brothers to the first of a series of TTF TimberWorks events, which took place in Wiltshire on Friday 22nd March.  TimberWorks...

The Anning Rooms at London's Natural History Museum, named after renowned 19th century fossil hunter Mary Anning, were refurbished and re-launched to provide an area for the Museum's growing number of members and patrons. In addition to catering facilities, the area houses a five- metre...

The Timber Trade Federation is pleased to be sponsoring the new exhibition 'Forest of Fabrication – dRMM: pioneers of timber architecture' hosted by the Building Centre in London from 8 February until 17 May 2019. Forest of Fabrication demonstrates the possibilities of modern timber construction through the...

Holy Trinity Church in Tulse Hill, south west London, put its faith in natural materials and green, low-impact building methods for its Neighbourhood Hub, designed by specialists Straw Works and built in part by local volunteers. The environmental provenance and timber species used for the frame...

Last used as a tearoom in Glasgow in the 1950s, this Charles Rennie Mackintosh original interior design in Oak was in store for nearly 50 years in the Glasgow Museum before recently being meticulously re-erected and restored by Charles Taylor Woodwork in a project for...

The winners of the annual Wood Awards have been announced at a ceremony held on the 20th November at Carpenters’ Hall in London hosted by David Hopkins, Managing Director of the Timber Trade Federation. Established in 1971, the Wood Awards is free to enter and...

Leading to the 200th anniversary of John Ruskin's birth and the 140th anniversary of his move to Coniston in the Lake District, MA Architecture students from Central St Martins, working with Hayatsu Architects, designed and built two community buildings centred around the Ruskin Museum and Coniston...