Posts Tagged ‘ AHEC ’

T.ZED Architects wraps ‘KOA Canvas’ with thermally-modified tulipwood

Cladding element transforms into an outdoor shaded walkway and elevated public balcony

AHEC and Benchmark Furniture launch ‘Connected’ with the Design Museum

Project challenges nine international designers to create a table and seating, which will suit their new ways of working from and living at home

New report demonstrates the sustainability of U.S. hardwoods

AHEC’s strategy goes beyond what is deliverable by forest certification systems like FSC and PEFC and is much wider in scope than most timber procurement policies

Unique shape. Unique material.

Architectural practice Auhaus create a stunning family home in an unusually shaped block in Brighton with an inventive use of thermally-modified American tulipwood

London’s top cultural leaders collaborate with influential designers to create a ‘legacy’ piece in American red oak

‘Legacy’ conveys AHEC’s message of sustainability at London Design Festival

American hardwoods embraced by commercial manufacturers in India

Furnicheer, Ebco and RitikaaWood lead the way as ‘exotic’ look of temperate wood species becomes increasingly popular

New record for U.S. hardwood exports to India

Total value of American hardwood lumber and veneer exported totaled USD 6.448 million in 2019

Booming furniture market to drive demand for American hardwoods in India

AHEC announces participation at INDIAWOOD amidst record year of U.S. hardwood exports to India

RIBA North, the Building Centre and dRMM celebrate the possibilities and significance of modern timber architecture

Forest of Fabrication presents 24 projects that have pushed design boundaries and explored the opportunities and challenges of timber structures

A new way to design and build our houses and cities at the Madrid Design Festival

MultiPly explores a new and more sustainable form of construction that combines an abundantly available carbon negative material

The Bottom Line: understanding price fluctuations in American hardwoods

Decentralized production, private ownership, real or perceived shortages and other domestic factors drive price changes