Architecture Tag

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. NWTTA Chairman, Ben Callas, commented on the award saying: "Adam provided a project that not only fit the brief, but demonstrated a good amount...

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 launch of the Wood Awards 2019 will be held at the Building Centre in London on Tuesday 12th March. The guest speaker of the evening will be Alex de Rijke, cofounder of dRMM Architects. The event - sponsored by the Timber Trade Federation - will begin at...

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...