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Timberlink Australia selects Denmark's Kallesoe Machinery as manufacturing equipment supplier

05-10-2020
Timberlink Australia, Kallesoe, Denmark, manufacturing plant, CLT, GLT, glulam

Timberlink Australia has announced that following an extensive international review, they have selected Danish-based Kallesoe Machinery A/S as the manufacturing equipment supplier for Timberlink’s planned Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) plant. Working alongside Timberlink, Kallesoe will supply and commission a …

First All- Timber Neighbourhood to be designed in Copenhagen

20-01-2020
Fælledby, Denmark, Copenhagen, first, all-timber neighbourhood, mini-villages, Henning Larsen, architect

Denmark-based practice Henning Larsen has been picked to design the city’s first all-timber neighbourhood. Named Fælledby, the new community will resemble a rural village that will feature three “mini-villages” connected by green spaces for local wildlife, such as turtles, songbirds, and deer. An impression of …

Watchdog warns of serious species depletion of Danish forest floors

21-02-2019
Denmark, forestry

Denmark is rather well-off when compared to most other countries in terms of its forests and woodland areas, but all is not entirely well. A new report from the Danish environment protection agency’s national watchdog NOVANA reveals that the forest floor in a number of the EU-protected forests is showing evidence of species depletion. Signs …

Editor’s pickThe Heart in Ikast

12-10-2018
‘Hjertet’ (the Heart), C.F. Møller Architects, Vestergade, Denmark

C.F. Møller Architects is behind this project next to the International School Ikast-Brande with a much-awaited expansion which includes several halls, multi-functional and educational facilities. The project enhances the educational facilities at the school, and creates a new meeting point in Ikast, an area of fast growth in Vestergade, …

Editor’s pickAffordable and beautiful wooden apartments for the lower-income Danish residents

10-10-2018
Dortheavej, northwestern Denmark, Bjarke Ingels Group, Danish non-profit affordable housing association Lejerbo, Danish urban space designer Jan Gehl

Named after its Dortheavej address in the northwestern part of Copenhagen, the five-storey building winds through the area characterised by car repair shops, warehouses and industrial buildings from the 1930s–50s. Bjarke Ingels Group(BIG) was commissioned to design Dortheavej in 2013 by Danish non-profit affordable housing …

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