Are you curious about prefabricated mass timber construction? Would you like to know more about how leading developers and architects are using easy-to-build kits to assemble buildings? Watch Sylva Talks, a series of short video interviews with industry experts.
This is a start of a series of experts discussing mass timber construction – stay tuned for more interviews!
Sylva is Stora Enso’s range of prefabricated wood-based products for low-carbon buildings. The Sylva kit includes everything needed to create a modern, sustainable wood structure. Our custom-made elements optimise the use of sustainable wood to suit any application and requirement.
Did you know you can dramatically reduce a building project’s time, cost, complexity, uncertainty, and environmental impact with an easy-to-build kit? Watch this short introductory video with our Head of Product Management, Matthew Linegar, to learn more.
With so many options available, which elements do you specify to transform your designs into fully optimised low-carbon structures? Get an easy-to-understand technical overview of the performance of each part of the Sylva kit with Jacob Eriksson, Product Manager Floor and Wall Elements.
Stora Enso makes it as easy as possible for you to build in wood. This 3-minute video with Arne Folger, Product Manager Value Added Features explains the benefits of pre-applied coatings and lifting devices.
How can building in wood cut emissions? Is it true that a school built in wood will lower your pulse and help students concentrate better? And what’s the process like when you build with prefabricated wooden components?
France’s leading low-carbon real estate developer, WO2’s latest mixed-use space, Marcadet Belvédère in Paris, with offices, shops and student accommodation, is a perfect example of how an existing building can be updated.
Nanyang Technological University’s Academic Building South (NTU ABS) in Singapore is one of the first timber landscrapers in the world with an enormous 42 000 m² footprint. Discover how building in mass timber is possible in wet weather.
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