Case Studies

From bespoke homes to social housing, from commercial property to sports arena, wood is increasingly becoming the material of choice in architecture and design. Discover a broad range of applications from joinery to structural timber in Housing, Education, Health, Public Buildings, Sports by using the filters below. 

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    The Open Academy
    Norwich

    At 9,000m² Norfolk County Council’s new £20m, 950 pupil, Open Academy in Norwich is...

    The Rowan Sexual Assault Referral Centre
    Antrim

    Located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, The Rowan was designed as a safe, secure and...

    The Sage
    Gateshead

    Providing accommodation for three auditoria and a regional music school, the £70 million...

    The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
    London

    A oak timer frame forms the centerpiece of this Jacobean-inspired theatre at London's...

    The Smile
    London

    The Smile, effectively a beam curving up at both ends, was designed by Alison Brooks...

    Theatre Royal
    Glasgow

    The new foyer extension for Scottish Opera at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal was focused on...

    Town Hall
    Stoke Newington

    Hawkins\Brown has fully refurbished and brought the much loved civic building back into...

    Worth Abbey Church
    South Downs

    Nestled on a crest overlooking the South Downs, Worth Abbey Church has a striking aspect....

    WWF Living Planet Centre
    Surrey

    Awarded a BREEAM "Outstanding" rating, the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) UK headquarters...

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