Innochain Seminar: Future Wood

Date
22.06.2016
Time
09:00 - 20:00
Address
KADK - CITA
Philip De Langes Allé 11, Bygning 72, 1. floor, Master room
1435 Copenhagen K

The seminar will explore the architectural potential of advanced timber constructions. We will get insights into current practices and research in in wood and disucss with leading experts the future of timber construction. 

This seminar asks what the architectural - spatial, social or environmental - consequences of such structural and material studies are.

The seminar is part of the Innochain Research, Training and Evaluation programme. 

External participation is possible on application - please contact Dorthe Skovrød Christensen 

Wooden skyscraper at Barbican

Program

9.00 Introduction to seminar - Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, CITA

9.30 Manufacturing Complex Form - Johannes Kuhnen, Design to Production, CH 

10.20 Woodchip Barn - Martin Self, AA, UK 

11:10 Timber research at CITA - Martin Tamke, CITA 

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Wooden Skyscraper #1 - Kevin flanagan, PLP Architects, UK 

13.50 Wood in Nordic Architecture - Reinhard Kropf, Helen & Hardt, NO

14.40 Coffee

15.00 Fabrication-Aware Design of Timber Folded Plate Shells with Double Through Tenon Joints - Christopher Robeller, EPFL, CH 

15.50 Wooden Skyscraper #2 - Søren Hell Hansen, CF Møller 

16.40 Expected End of Seminar - BBQ/Snacks

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