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Sadie Morgan, dRMM on cross-laminated timber structures

The Green Rethink: dRMM co-founder Sadie Morgan on cross-laminated timber as a sustainable and structural building material

Focusing on the practice’s nearly-completed Rundeskogen residential development in Norway which features three wooden towers, dRMM co-founder Sadie Morgan talks about wood as a sustainable building material.

Morgan also cited the practice’s 20m-tall trial timber core in Milton Keynes and, with a particular emphasis on Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), runs through the benefits of timber as structural elements.

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