Anssi Lassila is giving a talk on the use of timber in architecture as a sustainable solution at the Seminar on Sustainable House 2 in Tampere on October 3, 2020. The event is organized by the Pirkanmaa society for building culture, Pirkanmaan rakennuskulttuuriyhdistys ry and it isa sequel to the seminar on the same theme organized in the spring 2020.
The event is free of charge and open to all audiences. However, as space is limited to 50 participants, registration at email@example.com recommended. Seats will be made available on first-come-first-serve basis. The lectures are held in Finnish and the presentations will be streamed and made available to online audiences.
Timber Architecture as a Sustainable Option
October 3, 2020 at 16-17
As part of the seminar on
Kestävä Talo 2, hiilineutraaliuden aikakaudella
Sustainable House 2 in the Age of Carbon Neutrality
Seminar from 12 to 17
In the all-day seminar the following themes will be addressed: What are sustainable building practices like in the age of carbon neutrality? What kinds of natural building materials are available? How can they be applied in building and construction?
In his talk, Anssi Lassila will reflect on the potential of wood as a sustainable building material and discuss the broad range of different ways to use wood in architecture from traditional methods to new ways of working with engineered timber.
For more information in Finnish, see here.