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Wood. Rethinking Material

Author/EditorTom Kaden (Author)
Kaden, Tom (Author)
Publisher: JOVIS Verlag
ISBN: 9783868596632
Pub Date02/06/2021
BindingPaperback
Pages250
As an organic building material, wood is held in particularly high esteem in this age of climate crisis. A component of environmentally friendly resource cycles, wood demonstrates its innovative potential when used in new technological developments and hybrid applications that are suited to complex, modern architectural tasks.
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We have only just started reimagining wood as a cutting-edge, versatile building material of the future.

GAM. 17 takes a new look at wood-at its multi-faceted nature and architectural possibilities- and proposes building and design concepts that fully utilize the material's potential for a more climate-friendly construction industry. This is further complemented by a look back at the history of building with wood and the ideological entanglements that have long stood in the way of the further development of wood as a building material.


With contributions by Reyner Banham, Urs Hirschberg, Anne Isopp, Jens Ludloff, Laila Seewang, Stephan Truby, Anselm Wagner, and others

We have only just started reimagining wood as a cutting-edge, versatile building material of the future.

GAM. 17 takes a new look at wood-at its multi-faceted nature and architectural possibilities- and proposes building and design concepts that fully utilize the material's potential for a more climate-friendly construction industry. This is further complemented by a look back at the history of building with wood and the ideological entanglements that have long stood in the way of the further development of wood as a building material.


With contributions by Reyner Banham, Urs Hirschberg, Anne Isopp, Jens Ludloff, Laila Seewang, Stephan Truby, Anselm Wagner, and others

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