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These two arboretum buildings were built using waste timber sourced and milled on-site

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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified Apr 12, 2016

The buildings were built from timber cut down as part of the routine tree-thinning process that takes place at the estate. During this process, timber becomes available as waste product that can be potentially used as a building materials. The timber is milled on site, which cuts out processing and transportation costs. A team of volunteers, trainee carpenters and a contractors then builds the structures. Related: Beautiful green-roofed house blends into its leafy wooded environs The Mess...






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