• The Kinsol Trestle is one of the world’s largest timber bridges
  • An illusion of an interior created from paper
  • Low view up snow-clad rise
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PITCHING HARDER

EPDs on the way for Aussie timber

Marketers of Australian timber products will be able to play much harder ball against competing building materials with the news that Environmental Products Declarations (EPDs) are on the way.

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EU NON-COMPLIANCE

Concerns about slow uptake of timber laws

The scale of the compliance challenge facing Australian wood products importers when the country’s imminent illegal logging legislation kicks in could be greater than anticipated.

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The Kinsol Trestle is one of the world’s largest timber bridges

NO SCHEME TOO GRAND

Conserving Canada’s built heritage

The Kinsol Trestle is one of the largest wooden bridges in the world – a reminder of a time when no project was too bold. It is also an outstanding example of determined and sensitive heritage restoration.

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An illusion of an interior created from paper

TAILORED STYLE

A fresh approach to banking space

Given that banks are a necessary evil, it is refreshing to find one with a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere – albeit on the other side of the world.

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Low view up snow-clad rise

ON A MOUNTAINSIDE

In search of a lost ideal of living

This newly completed contemporary home can be found outside the village of Sutton in Quebec’s eastern townships.

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SHOCK SOCIALISATION

Uncouth and inventive aesthetics that work

It sounds like a recipe for disaster, but the aggressive wood-based design for this new restaurant/bar has been an instant success.

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