Timber is a natural organic material with many uses as a building material. When used well timber provides not only the primary structural element in a building, but also the interior finish and feature bringing a sense of warmth, health and well-being into the building and to its occupants.
John Septimus Roe Anglican School is a multi-award winning educational facility in Perth, Western Australia, expressing multiple applications of timber in sustainable design, including the highly acclaimed kindergarten and senior school administration building.
This webinar discusses the use of timber in the JSRAS, the benefits of using wood in the built environment as the primary architectural and engineered structural element, and as a key feature and finish contributing to the health and well-being of the occupants, while at the same time benefiting the environment.
Managing Director @Brooking Design Architects
Tom Brooking is an architect, designer, and principal founding director of Brooking Design Architects, a multi-disciplined architectural and interior design practice located in Fremantle.