Media Reviews

WoodSolutions Reviews are considered introductions to sources of inspiration and information about designing and building with wood and wood products.
Our idea is that the scope and depth of reviews on these pages will increase over time – and with your assistance.
If you’ve a new, or even old favourite, book, website, app, piece of software of even an exhibition or event that you think would be of interest to our readers, please CONTACT US about submitting a review.

  • Book Review - Wood Architecture & Design

    The beauty and versatility of wood is effectively showcased in 58 case studies from around the globe in Michelle Galindo’s Wood Architecture & Design

  • Book Review - The Timber Design Guide

    The Timber Design Guide by Dr Andrew Buchanan is a one-stop technical reference for engineers, architects and other professionals in the construction industry. The guide covers all aspects of timber design including the latest in high-rise and composite timber construction.

  • Superlight: Lightness in contemporary houses.

    Superlight examines architecture that pushes the boundaries of what we believe our future houses will be.

  • Small Houses

    'Small Houses' shows that despite tiny sites and restrictive building codes elegant design is still achievable.

  • A Thriving Modernism

    'A Thriving Modernism' examines the lives of two architects who work within the fabric of the Modernism philosophy.

  • Touch Wood

    'Touch Wood' from Braun Publishing look at the tactile possibilities of timber as a building material.

  • The Terrace House - 20 inspiring renovations

    An involving piece examining renovations of a popular form of inner-city Australian architecture - well worth the read.

  • Furnitecture

    'Furnitecture' explores the intersections between architecture and furniture where spaces recreate themselves.

  • Wood: Architecture and Design

    The book "Wood: Architecture and Design" is a brief look into a superb range of wooden structures from around the world.

  • C3 #371

    C3 is a Korean architectural magazine that examines thematically linked buildings.

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