• Library exterior
  • Floating bridge
  • The Kinsol Trestle is one of the world’s largest timber bridges
  • An illusion of an interior created from paper

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Timber cake stand

THIRD FIDDLE NO MORE

How Norway is making its own design mark

It helps to have massive oil and gas reserves just off your coast, but that is not the main reason the design scene in Norway is flourishing.

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Baseball pitcher

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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Library exterior

‘FIREWOOD’ LIBRARY WINS BIG

Using ordinary material in an extraordinary way

One of the world’s most generous architectural prizes has just been won by the designer of a ‘modest’ library in China with firewood cladding.

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Floating bridge

A CONVEX WALKWAY

The floating Ravelin Bridge

A floating timber bridge in The Netherlands meanders as rowing boats would have centuries before.

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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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