Researchers and industrial partners will meet online from the 15th to the 16th of April to share their results and plan the next steps in the InFutUReWood project. Project meetings are biannual and this is the 5th meeting (Table 1). Table 1. InFutUReWood project...
Astur-Araba S.L., a company from the Basque Country, Spain, dedicated to recover and reuse timber from demolition is currently collaborating with the InFutUReWood’s Spanish partner, Timber Construction Research Group from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM). A...
In the Workpackage 2 we are focusing on answering the question “How should we build today to be able to circulate tomorrow?”
Tamara Suligoj, Mitja Plos, Ziga Krofl and Goran Turk from University of Ljubljana answered five questions about the use and recycle of timber in Slovenia.
Following on from our visit to Seagrave House and Davitt House in Dublin, which were in the preliminary strip-out phase of demolition, NUIGalway and UCD visited OCR Waste Management in County Roscommon
A doctoral thesis thoroughly written, with references for every affirmation and percent shown. Wood took an important place in Loriane’s assiduous work.
We would like to draw your attention uppon this collection of recent scandinavian projects presented by the Nordic “Wood in Construction” Scretariat.
The Segal Method was developed by architect Walter Segal to provide inexpensive, temporary accommodation for his family while renovating the main house.
A visit to Seagrave House in Dublin, which is in the preliminary strip-out phase of demolition, was a useful introduction to how orderly demolition practice is in Ireland.
Our research work about the state of reuse of wood today showed that in Sweden there is very little wood reused.