Cross Laminated Timber

Cross Laminated Timber is a way of turning wood into stronger super-materials that can be used to build houses, apartments and even wooden skyscrapers. See also Wooden Skyscrapers.

CLT (aka wooden skyscrapers), explained
What is Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)?
How It’s Made: Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)
Largest Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) Project in the Pacific Northwest
Architect Andrew Waugh on CLT (Timber | The Building Material of the Future)
The World’s Tallest Timber Buildings
Wooden Skyscrapers Are On The Rise – Cheddar Explains
WHAT IS CROSS LAMINATED TIMBER? – Here’s a description of mass timber products

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