Wood for Good
Wood for Good brings a modern timber design
exhibition to the show. On display are 15 awardwinning
projects showcasing architecture for
health and wellbeing, pioneering timber solutions
and design quality at scale through modern
methods of construction.
Discover tall timber buildings pushing material
boundaries in metropolitan areas. Explore interiors
and structures designed to biophilic principles. Learn
more about community-led projects and custom build
housing using timber solutions. Be inspired by projects
that simply fascinate through their design. Celebrate
collaborative approaches to innovation delivered by a
range of timber design pioneers.
Includes works by dRMM, FCB studios, Foster & Partner,
Hawkins/Brown, Karakusevic Carson, Mawson Kerr,
Mole Architects, Reiach and Hall, Ryder Architecture,
Sarah Wigglesworth Architects, TDO/George Clarke,
Waugh Thistleton, 6a Architects, AKTII, Arup, Buro
Happold, Ramboll, SDC, and TMJ Interiors.
Visit us at
Concrete Futures – Exploring
Innovation and New Technology
The challenges that face our built environment seem
to be increasing, as are the demands we make of
our buildings and infrastructure. We need robustness
and solidity to feel safe and secure, we must build-in
resilience to climate change and be able to deal with
overheating, flooding, storms… all in an increasingly
urban environment where high-density housing can
exacerbate some of these issues. We must ensure
solutions are low carbon, material efficient and without
compromising quality and performance standards, such
as fire safety and non-combustibility.
In partnership with The Concrete Centre and This is
Concrete, Concrete Futures will explore innovation
and new technology in materials, production, logistics,
construction and re-use. The mix of physical exhibits and
video will feature new concrete, smart concrete, digital
and lean construction. Find out how concrete is evolving
and innovating to deliver a sustainable built environment
now and for future generations.
Visit E80 in the Materials Hub.
68 www.futurebuild.co.uk stand D196