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Atelier YokYok to install winning “Treedom” centerpiece for Budapest’s summer Sziget Festival

Posted: Monday, May 11, 2015
Festival-goers at Budapest's colorful Sziget Festival this August will encounter "Treedom", an enticing forest of wooden trees at the heart of the Island of Freedom. Parisian practice Atelier YokYok designed the installation, which won first prize in the festival's Art of Freedom competition. Once Treedom…

A look at the Canadian Wood Council’s 2014 Wood Design Awards winners

Posted: Thursday, February 19, 2015
Without a doubt, wood never goes out of style. Wood Design & Building Magazine of the Canadian Wood Council celebrated the latest winners of their annual Wood Design Awards program, which highlights projects in North America — and a few international ones — that demonstrate…

U.S. Department of Agriculture launches Tall Wood Building Prize Competition

Posted: Friday, October 10, 2014
The U.S. Department of Agriculture officially launched their U.S. Tall Wood Building Prize Competition. As the first step of a new USDA and forest industry initiative, the competition is accepting entries that showcase an alternative solution approach to designing and building taller wood structures. The winner(s) will receive…

Winning projects of the 2014 U.S. Wood Design Awards

Posted: Friday, March 28, 2014
The winners of the WoodWorks 2014 U.S. Wood Design Awards sure know how to prove wood as a versatile material in architecture. Out of 140 entries -- the most the competition has ever received -- the jury selected nine of the most outstanding projects in wood architecture.…

Temporary pavilion by J. MAYER H. as centerpiece for Karlsruhe’s 2015 City Jubilee

Posted: Monday, March 03, 2014
It's party prep time for the City of Karlsruhe in Germany. Berlin-based architecture firm J. MAYER H. and Rubner Holzbau were recently commissioned by the city to design a temporary pavilion for its 300th anniversary in 2015. The wooden pavilion will be built in…

Berg | C.F. Møller & DinellJohansson propose world’s tallest wooden skyscraper for Stockholm

Posted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Berg | C.F. Møller and DinellJohansson recently won the competition to design a future residential landmark for Stockholm. Hosted by Swedish real estate group HSB, three competing teams were required to propose three innovative residential buildings for three central locations in the city. The…

Winners of TIMBER New England Design + Fabrication competition

Posted: Saturday, August 24, 2013
The winners for the TIMBER New England Design + Fabrication competition were recently announced on TIMBER's website. Entrants had to propose a site specific installation inspired by traditional New England building and crafting, using engineered lumber or heavy timber. Each winning team will be paired with an architectural…

Winners of the Timber in the City: Urban Habitats Competition

Posted: Thursday, August 15, 2013
Two winning entries as well as four Honorable Mentions were just announced in the Timber in the City: Urban Habitats competition. Organized by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), the Binational Softwood Lumber Council (BSLC), and Parsons The New School…

TIMBER IN THE CITY Competition Entry by Samuel Pitnick

Posted: Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Young LA-based architect Samuel Pitnick has shared with us his entry to the 2012-13 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) competition for architecture students and recent graduates. This year's competition, titled TIMBER IN THE CITY: Urban Habitats Competition, was a a partnership between the Binational…

DUNE Street Furniture System by FERPECT Collective

Posted: Friday, July 06, 2012
French design collective FERPECT has shared with us their project DUNE, winner of Forme Publique 2011, the Biennale of Street Furniture Design at the futuristic business district La Défense near Paris. DUNE is being exhibited from March 28 until December 31 on the La Défense square. …

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