Commercial and industrial buildings are incorporating more wood into their construction. Along with the strength needed to last in heavy duty applications, wood has its own unique advantages.
When Canada’s leading retailer of outdoor gear set out to construct a new head office, they chose wood as the primary building material for its performance, renewability, and aesthetic qualities.
Cutting-edge duo Robert Malczyk and Eric Karsh from Equilibrium Consulting Ltd. want to transform the way we think of timber
Eleven building projects have been selected as winners in a juried competition to support the design and construction of energy-efficient buildings.
British Columbia’s cutting‐edge wood architecture and design are featured in the newly released book, Naturally Wood. B.C.’s leadership in the wood building sector is progressive and inspiring. Naturally Wood is packed with stories and insights from industry leaders, innovators and thinkers, captured in first-person and by a variety of B.C. writers.
This building is integral to the City of Richmond’s strategy for an 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions associated with energy use by 2050 and to reduce reliance on non-renewable sources of energy.