Search and view case studies of public buildings that utilise timber for its many advantages over other building materials, including its acoustic and thermal properties, its durability, and its high aesthetic qualities, creating public spaces that stand the test of time.
The new Burwood Hospital uses wood throughout the atrium for its acoustic properties.
The Grand Atrium of the Auckland Museum has opened after a long-awaited renovation.
The Aratoi Centre is designed as a space to exhibit and to inhabit by its community.
The Korkeasaari Zoo Lookout Tower provides a 360-degree view of Helsinki and its surroundings.
The free form, wide span wooden cupola with its multiple layers was made possible through parametric programming that included design facilities and options, statics, production, CNC machining, transport and assembly parameters
The Birkenhead Library houses a large quantity of public services for its community.
Developed to cater to multiple different sporting codes, the Saxton Field Sports Stadium also provides for recreational events.
The strongly timber-influenced research centre was the first stage in a strategic master plan by architects Johnson Pilton Walker to guide development on the school’s 10 ha site.
Richard Kirk Architect and HASSELL Architects challenge the typical green checklist by creating a passively sustainable building focused on natural ventilation and material choices
Centre piece to a composition of buildings this 2 storey timber framed and clad building sits in a courtyard between to 2 storey precast concrete structures.
The new Wellington Zoo amphitheatre is designed to be either open or closed to the open air.
The Diocesan School for Girls' Aquatic Centre uses wood throughout for its sustainability and acoustic properties.