Infographic: Timber Buildings From Around the World
Over the past 5 years, over 17 Timbers Buildings have been constructed around the world
25-Metre Tall Timber Construction: The Design Opportunity
We are on the cusp of a major change in Australian construction.
Why Wood is so Damn Good
Whether it is its natural aesthetic, its remarkable durability, or its carbon sequestering credentials, wood is gaining traction as a building material in lieu of conventional...
Proposal for Change Could Boost Timber Construction
There has been a positive step forward in the tall timber building movement with proposed changes to the National Construction Code (NCC) Volume 1 to allow...
Boosting Timber Construction One Frame at a Time
It is a measure of the growing market for timber design and engineering that the Frame Australia conference this year doubled its delegate attendance from the...
Will Wooden Skyscrapers Stand the Life Cycle Test?
Architect Michael Green predicts that the future will see wooden skylines, with structures reaching as high as 30 storeys.
Timber Frame Structures in Multi-Storey Projects
There are a few key elements in the development and design process that underpin successful outcomes for timber projects in the commercial construction industry.
What’s Holding Back the Wooden Skyscraper?
They offer robust carbon sequestering and have the potential to reach skyscraper heights, so why aren't we building more wooden skyscrapers in cities?
Timber vs Steel vs Concrete Structures
Timber, steel and concrete are three of the most common structural materials in the world, and each material has pros and cons. We asked industry bodies...