Wood is so generous with a variety of designs to build on, no matter where you live in. Using local building wood materials minimizes transportation and processing hassle, thereby keeping environmental and economic costs low.
Buildings with wood materials for “small or large, all projects are welcome” (which is also known as “sm eller store, alle prosjekter er velkomne“ in Norwegian language) which also contributes to sustainable development from a health point of view and aesthetic. Wood materials can be used to make different types of interior and exterior designs.
Wooden framing walls in your living space can significantly enhance nature's atmosphere. Wood not only look good, but they also release oxygen into the air, and some of these can filter pollutants from the air.
Houses can be built with sustainably harvested and certified trees. The trees in the forest are carefully monitored to be harvested continues to ensure the character and health of the forest are maintained. One of the most important elements of sustainable architecture is durability.
The traditional grating grout used in solid wood furniture makes use of the strength of the wood and the grout design itself for strength. Unlike plywood or chipboard, solid wood joints don't separate the layers and don't crumble when wet. They remain strong and develop together with the connected parts in extreme heat and cold.