In the Workpackage 2 we are focusing on answering the question “How should we build today to be able to circulate tomorrow?”
This webinar explores the topic of the circular economy for wood used for construction.
The Society of Wood Science and Technology holds its annual conference online this year. The registration is free! The last day to register is today, Monday the 6th of July 2020.
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!
Are you curious how many wooden houses are built in Sweden and if tthe wood is ever recovered? Here you can find the answers!
Daniel F. Llana, Marina de Arana-Fernández, Marina Arce-Blanco, Ignacio Bobadilla, Miguel Esteban, Francisco Arriaga and Guillermo Íñiguez-González, from the School of Forest Engineering and Natural Resources - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), answered five...
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!
Trada Better Building Conference, 27 November 2019Royal Geographical Society, London As part of the research for the inFutureWood project, we recently attended TRADA’s ’Better Timber Buildings Conference’ on 27 November 2019 at the Royal Geographical Society,...
CaReWood (Cascade Recovered Wood) is an European project that had the aim to introduce an upgrading concept for recovered solid timber as a source of clean and reliable secondary wooden product
We liked a lot reading about the Itakura construction method and though this project is a great source of inspiration