Timber Works

Wrekin College Business School An award-winning Business School building constructed at Wrekin College has been enhanced by the installation of specially produced Oak-veneered and wrapped MDF products from W. Howard. Wrekin College, based in Telford, Shropshire, which was established in 1880, has undergone a number of updates...

Connecting communities at WoodFest Reading WoodFest is coming to Reading following the recent success in Newcastle and Sheffield. The event takes place throughout May, June and July with a focus on the social impact of housing, custom build, connecting communities, local timber and healthy building products. The programme...

Diversity in wood products on show to students during Arnold Laver visit Some 30 students on fine furniture-making, carpentry and joinery courses at London’s Building Crafts College, all student members of the Institute of Carpenters’ London ‘City Hub’, took up the opportunity to visit the Borehamwood...

The seventh Solid Wood Solutions conference and exhibition will celebrate the use of cross laminated timber (CLT), laminated veneer lumber (LVL) and glulam as innovative and sustainable structural alternatives to steel and concrete. Today’s interest in engineered timber is driven by both technological advances and the...

Taylor Maxwell is once again partnering with the London Festival of Architecture for 2019. [gallery columns="1" size="medium" ids="30477,30478"] London Festival of Architecture is the world's largest annual architecture festival.  The festival celebrates London as a global hub of architectural experimentation, practice and debate. It is taking place...

What do you do when an eminent Japanese Doctor of Architecture asks to incorporate a visit to a modern timber frame house while in the UK with his five architecture students? You contact the Chris James, Chair of EATTA and Tabitha Binding, University Engagement Manager...

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...

This year's NWTTA Dinner saw Adam Conlan, University of Liverpool, scoop up the North West Timber Trade Association Student Architect Prize. Ben Callas and Adam Conlan NWTTA Chairman, Ben Callas, commented on the award saying: "Adam provided a project that not only fit the brief, but demonstrated...