The Timber Architecture Revolution Has Arrived in Norway. (Almost.)

Norway is leading the world in low-carbon structural wood development; now, the country is working to bring factories into the country to turn the trees into usable lumber within the nation's borders. The city of Brumunddal has built the world's tallest structurally wooden building using sustainable practices, proving the effects on carbon usage and structural integrity that building with wood can offer the forest-dense country.

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