Search and view commercial buildings that use timber in a range of applications: from the warmth and beauty of timber floors and stairs to the superior strength of structural timber, there is no limit to the ways timber can be employed in the design and construction of commercial buildings.
Designed for its small carbon footprint, the 52 Cubic Wood office was created through a partnership of two design firms.
The Weberhaus conference centre uses a huge amount of wood in its sustainable construction.
The Ballarat University Building Construction Training Centre was built before the embodied energy requirements were instituted, but still is very sustainable.
Hovering like a caterpillar's cocoon, the Yellow Treehouse is a beautiful redwood structure.
The sales pavilion for Fraser Papamoa uses mostly wood throughout, including the moveable louvres of the exterior.
The Sub is a space designed for experimentation and with sustainability at the forefront of the process.
The new Novotel at Auckland Airport uses a large number of soundproofing options for the comfort of its guests.
The NZI Centre in Auckland is a masterful example of sustainable architecture and innovation.
Abigroup House, Brisbane Cox Rayner Architects have created an interior that presents Abigroup as a forward-thinking building company, and timber is a highly visible contribution to this effect.
An innovative timber structure that demonstrates how Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) is better than steel in structural applications, particularly for ease of construction and performance.
There is great innovation in the construction of the laminated rafters in the Kanuka processing factory.
The Office Building for Eric Boulanger utilises wood as a structural material throughout its construction.