The Wood Magazine "Trä!"
Trä! give you inspiring architecture in wood and is published online quarterly.Read Trä online
Sustainable school. At Morö Backe School in Skellefteå, wood plays a crucial role in both the load-bearing structure and the interior design. It makes its greatest impact in the large atrium with its amphitheatre feel.
Dalsland Cottage 2.0 draws inspiration from the classic log cabin. The layout is based on one large social space plus a number of cores housing the private rooms.
Mikael Blomgren, a student on the Furniture Design programme at Carl Malmsten Furniture Studies, has designed a sideboard in Swedish pine - each representing a successful meeting of Swedish design, Swedish pine and modern Chinese furniture manufacturing.
Swedish Wood spreads knowledge, provides inspiration and encourages development relating to wood, wood products and wood construction. Swedish Wood also aims to highlight wood as a competitive, eco-friendly and sustainable material.
PRESS RELEASE Ahead of the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, Swedish Wood has chosen to expand its design collaborations with established designers as well as students. The aim is to inspire and inform people about how new technology and creativity can be used to develop pine interiors with an innovative look. With so many designers wanting to create exclusive designer furniture in a sustainable way, interest in sustainable materials such as pine is growing.
PRESS RELEASE Modern style, light colour and visible knots – that’s how consumers want to decorate their home with wood. This is according to a new study of opinions on interior pine products, conducted as a research project within the Swedish strategic innovation programme, BioInnovation. The organisers of the study are industry organisation Swedish Wood, Linköping University and Luleå University of Technology.
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