Timber meets architecture!

By webmadstaff |

The St Albans Community Centre is just weeks away from completition and showcases how structural timber members can be used as the architectural finish: all CLT wall and roof panels and glulam roof beams are exposed with no fasteners visible. With Building for Climate Change in mind, this might be the way to go in NZ!


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