Annular is a unique and integrated Wood Culture Web Hub spanning the Wood Wide World
You can find in-depth, up to the moment features on Europe’s timber transformation in architecture and the built environment in Annular Unstructured. Annular Further, provides a comprehensive forests, wood and timber culture resource, and a full archive of Fourth Door timber building and wood culture features is available in Annular Archive.
Annular Unstructured’s Free Form Swallows Function launch edition casts its lens on the dynamic Swiss timber engineering, research and materials scene. Featuring Hermann Blumer, Shigeru Ban, Biel Wood School, Blumer Lehmann, Lukas Imhof and TimberTec, and more.
Twenty years of in-depth timber features from Oliver Lowenstein and Fourth Door
Free Form Swallows Function – Swiss made engineering turns timber towards the future
A comprehensive wood and timber culture information resource
Join Annular Glade to participate in the Flimwell Park architectural visit – 16.00 October 29th 2021
Annular Glade has organised an architectural and building visit to Flimwell Park, the new eco-development in Flimwell. Architect Steve Johnson (the Architecture Ensemble) will lead the building visit. To register please go to the Eventbrite link here. For full details, including transport info, see here. Sign up for the mailing list to hear about future events.
Forest 4.0 Balancer
The Forest 4.0 Balancer project is set to explore relationships between forests, carbon footprints and construction.
Based on the embodied emissions of the City of London’s Leadenhall Building (92,210 metric tonnes of C02), Annular invites anyone involved in sustainability, timber, building and forests to speculate on what they could do construction-wise with 92,210 metric tonnes, given the opportunity.
Read the report, check the photos, and watch the videos of this year’s Pioneering the Potential. Featuring Flimwell Park, (the Architectural Ensemble) from Switzerland, Lukas Imhof, London Metropolitan University’s Weald prototype HomeGrown House 2 project and further speakers.
Additional Annular sections to be added. Watch this space.
Annular – trees increase their size each year, adding Annular Rings (or Growth Rings) year on year. Much can be learnt about trees, woods and wood from tree rings that is otherwise inaccessible.
Satellite forest map – European Forest Institute