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Yes, you can build without meeting the National Construction Code (NCC) Deemed to Satisfy (DtS) Provisions prescriptive fire requirements. Alternative Solutions are the answer – read more in three new Technical Design Guides and Case Studies.
Check out Nicolas Pratt’s perspective on designing with wood - best read in conjunction with Amy Cook's earlier post - an engineer's perspective. Enjoy.
Amy Cook, a young structural engineer, writes about some of the challenges and opportunities of working with wood.
The WoodSolutions 2012 UK Tour was an outstanding success - now you have the opportunity to join us on the 2013 Tour - 7 wonderful informative and inspiring days - from Munich to Zurich.
Here's another design approach for very tall timber buildings – captured in a free 72pp research report.
Architects Andrew Waugh and Michael Green, both of whom have been keynote speakers at WoodSolutions Seminars, discuss very tall timber buildings.
Differentiate yourself with an expanded design offering to potential clients, give your career a boost or simply broaden your knowledge about using our only large scale renewable building material. The first step is clicking through to the course details.
Here’s a chance to cruise some stunning designs – many involving timber – and win an IPad...
From architecture to art, 28 stunning exhibits – vote for your favourite before June 30 to be eligible to win.
Be inspired and informed by browsing WoodSolutions growing range of case studies. If you have a project you would like to be considered for publication as a Case Study, please contact us.
Interior and exterior use of timber make student accommodation at Monash University Clayton welcoming and in harmony with its surroundings.
A modern high school in Williamstown, Victoria uses timber as flooring, internal linings, external cladding and exposed structure.
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 qualities of wood combine to provide a welcoming space for a range of activities in this versatile space.
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*Candlebark School Library. Architect: Paul Haar; Photographer: Kristian Laemmle-Ruff.