Inspirational Wood Buildings in the UK

By Rupert Scott, Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handout: No.This presentation will highlight recent award winning timber projects recognized in the UK including several beautiful wood buildings that were featured in technical case studies published by TRADA.

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Mid-Rise Timber Buildings, Australia’s Step-Up

Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: No. This presentation will detail the background work undertaken in Australia to achieve the new 2016 NCC changes, provide an overview of DTS construction and case studies, discuss issues around fire and acoustic design, and will look at the next step change for mid rise timber construction.

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Modern Timber Structures

By Leander A. Bathon: Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handout: Yes. Modern Timber Structures Have To Meet Time, Cost and Performance Expectations. This presentation will focus on a variety of modern timber structures and timber composites that meet these high expectations.

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The Italian Way To Timber Construction

By Paolo Lavisci – Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: Yes. The Italian Way in Timber Construction: Results and Perspectives This presentation will outline how Italian designers, producers and builders are developing innovative applications for timber based structures.

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The Mosaic Centre: More Than A Net-Zero Office Building

By Dennis Cuku – Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: Yes. This session features the design of the Mosaic Centre for Conscious Community and Commerce project, a 30,000 sq. ft. mixed use commercial building in Edmonton, Alberta. The project began with the intention to create the ideal workplace for the Mosaic Family of Companies and the surrounding communities. It has transitioned into a grass roots movement—a complete re-envisioning of the way commercial construction is done and a design rethink of the spaces people work in.

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