Almost three years ago we gladly noticed that "Kayak House" , the work of the architects Katarina Lundeberg and Fredric Benesch (founders of InPraiseofShadows) had been nominated for the Swedish Wood’s Award. The charming building made with no screws has been...
Dissemination of results and new connections during Forestry Speed Dating
Our project got invited to participate to en event in a seria called "Forestry Speed Datings", organized by the Europen Forest Institute "Bioregions Facility". The subject of discussion will be Circular Design of Wooden Building Materials. The event will take place on...
InFutUReWood at the ForestValue Final Conference in Madrid
Dr. Karin Sandberg (RISE), Prof. Guillermo Íñiguez-González (UPM) and Dr. Daniel F. Llana (UPM) from the InFutUReWood project attended the ForestValue Final Conference that took place at the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid, Spain on the 28th and 29th of September...
ForestValue Final Conference in Madrid
ForestValue Final Conference will take place in the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid on the 28th and 29th of September 2022. This event will bring together Joint Call 2017 project coordinators and partners. Presentations and lively discussions with stakeholders from...
Workshop with Swedish Architects, Engineers and a Municipality
In the Workpackage 2 we are focusing on answering the question “How should we build today to be able to circulate tomorrow?”
Circularity Indicators – CIX -a project led by ETTELVA architects, Sweden
Sweden 2020. The construction and demolition industry creates 10 million tonnes of waste every year – that is more waste than from all Sweden's households put together. By starting out from an apartment-building that Riksbyggen builds on a recurring basis, ETTELVA...
“Over and over again” – an impressive thesis
You might remember that some months ago we wrote about Ida and Sara visiting us at RISE Wood Building Technology in Skellefteå. They worked very hard this spring and presented their dissertation at Chalmers last week!
Five questions about Sweden
Are you curious how many wooden houses are built in Sweden and if tthe wood is ever recovered? Here you can find the answers!
A thesis on Design that Enables the Reuse of Timber Constructions
At RISE Wood Building Technology in Skellefteå we got a visit from Ida and Sara. For their dissertation they chose the same topic as our project. Coincidence!
Reused wooden structure nominated at the arhitectural competition “Swedish Wood Award 2020”
The "Kayak House" is a reused wooden structure with several exposures, situated now in Lisö, south of Stockholm. The initial pavillion building has been exhibited at several places in Europe to promote the use of wood as an industrial and sustainable building...