A house under construction in Cornwall, designed by architect de Rijke Marsh Morgan, is the first UK project to make use of Steko, an innovative wall system that will advance the use of engineered timber The past few years have seen a revival of interest in timber as a 'green' structural option, yet its use as an engineered material here in the UK has been slow to materialise.
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