The project proposes to redisgn the student living accomodation units which is currently under costruction, to make the statement that is not too late to re-design a project with consideration to our environment.
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“Wood is the most technologically advanced material that we can build with. The Earth grows our food. The earth can grow our homes. It’s an ethical change we have to go through.” Michael Green, Architect
The buidling is made one with its sorrounding. Trees absorb carbon dioxide as they grow. When the tree is harvested the carbon remains stored in the timber until the end of its physical life – roughly one tonne per metre cubed. While this carbon is safely locked up in timber products – such as walls, windows, doors or floors – more trees are planted, absorbing and storing carbon as they grow.
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