3 March 2020
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This month's letters consider professional indemnity insurance and sole practitioners, the potential to lower carbon through lower floor loadings, and the recent President's Inaugural Address, among other topics.
This paper attempts to clearly articulate some of the key hazards associated with engineered timber – and show how these may be addressed by competent design professionals.
In 2018, BuroHappold Engineering and Studio X of the Hochschule Anhalt Graduate School of Architecture in Dessau, Germany, collaborated on the design and construction of the Hornet's Nest, a parametrically designed, temporary, timber pavilion assembled without the use of mechanical connections.