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We would like to draw your attention upon this collection of  scandinavian projects presented by the Nordic Wood in Construction Secretariat.

The 25 Cases of Nordic Good Practice point to five trends within Nordic wood in construction that paint a picture of where the industry is headed:
1) multifunctionality;
2) saving time and costs;
3) investing in scalability;
4) pushing the boundaries;
5) circular design.

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All of the projects are inspiring. At least five of them will probably influence directly our work. Have a look!
Wave-layered timber makes a splash in Finland’s wooden construction sector
Timber construction enabling adaptability at a new level
Modular wooden construction in Sweden
Finding a second life for construction industry’s wooden waste
Cascading of wood made possible through innovative impregnation


One of the members of the pan-Nordic advisory board of the Wood in construction secretariat is professor Mark Hughes from Aalto University, Finland, one of the workpackages leaders of our InFutUReWood project.


Acknowledgement: Project InFutUReWood is supported under the umbrella of ERA-NET Cofund ForestValue by Vinnova – Sweden's Innovation Agency, Formas, Swedish Energy Agency, the Forestry Commissioners for the UK, the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine for Ireland, the Ministry of the Environment for Finland, the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture through the Agency for Renewable Resources for Germany, the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities for Spain, the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport for Slovenia.

Project InFutUReWood is supported under the umbrella of ERA-NET Cofund ForestValue

ForestValue has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 773324.

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