Eco Skyscraper

New tower designs experiment with the use of wood

Implications - Increasingly, architects and engineers are turning to wood for the construction of eco-skyscrapers and towers. Timber is a largely unexplored building material for structures with more than three stories, but has enjoyed a recent surge in popularity due to its status as a sustainable building material. This preference is reflective of the increased emphasis and awareness that both designers and consumers have placed on sustainable products, in the face of climate change and its consequences.
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Wooden Skyscraper Concepts - This High-Rise Project Explores the Use of Wood in Modern Architecture
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This Year and Average 1,276 Clicks Pub: May 30, 17
Wooden Skyscraper Concepts
This High-Rise Project Explores the Use of Wood in Modern Architecture
The ‘River Beech Tower’ is a wooden skyscraper concept being explored by researchers at Cambridge University. With a structure made of beech-wood and a research site in Chicago, this... [More]
Wood-Made Office Campuses - The 'Nanterre Arboretum' Will Be the World's Largest Solid Wood Project
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This Year and Average 1,344 Clicks Pub: Jun 25, 17
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The 'Nanterre Arboretum' Will Be the World's Largest Solid Wood Project
The ‘Nanterre Arboretum’ is a conceptualized wood-made office campus outside of Paris, set to be the World’s largest solid wood project. The plans, which include 136,000 square... [More]
Wooden Skyscraper Concepts - The Wooden 'Native Skyscraper' Was Inspired by Africa’s Baobab Trees
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This Year and Average 1,258 Clicks Pub: Jun 8, 17
Wooden Skyscraper Concepts
The Wooden 'Native Skyscraper' Was Inspired by Africa’s Baobab Trees
Cameroonian architecture firm, Hermann Kamte & Associates are planning to develop ‘The Native Skyscraper’—a stunning wooden sky scraper with a design inspired by Africa’s... [More]
Hybrid Concrete-Wood Towers - C.F. Moller's Vasteras High-Rise Features Solid Wood and Concrete
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This Year and Mild 303 Clicks Pub: May 2, 17
Hybrid Concrete-Wood Towers
C.F. Moller's Vasteras High-Rise Features Solid Wood and Concrete
C.F. Moller, a Sweden-based international architecture firm, has recently won a competition to design a new high-rise residential building in Vasteras, Sweden. The building is aesthetically complex... [More]
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