Mass timber continues to gain traction in the built environment, breaking records and providing new solutions for developers, architects, engineers, contractors, and clients who are looking for a renewable, low-carbon building solution that helps meet biophilic and sustainable design goals. Here are a few examples of projects in which this innovative material has helped solve a bevy of design challenges, ranging from a record-setting 25-story residential timber tower in Milwaukee to a carbon-cutting mass timber student facility at Seattle’s University of Washington, to the adaptive reuse of a 120-year-old Brooklyn-based metal foundry. Get inspired and see what’s possible with this collection of innovative mass timber projects.


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