Houses

New wood house in “Old England” style. Nominated to Swedish Timber Price 2012. Photo: Åke E:son Lindman.Wood structure of a house in Sweden. Between the wall studs there will be 200mm insulation. The inside walls will be covered with board. The façade will be made of spruce panels. The roof, with spruce panels, must be designed for 200kg/m² of snow load.

Hospital building with steelstructure and roof made with rooftrusses of wood covered with tongued and grooved spruce panels.

The same hospital. Outer walls made with wallstuds of wood. Between the studs 200mm insulatio will be put. The inside walls will be covered with gypsum board.

The same hospital.

The entrance hall made with wall studs and roofbeams of laminated glued wood.

Swedish house built 1759. The walls are made of timber logs, which was a traditional way of cnstruction in the older days. On the outside there are panels of vertical planks. Inside ceilings, walls and floors are all made of wood.

Office building in Stockholm. Steelstructure with prestressed hollow core concrete floors. All outside walls are made of wood frames with board on both sides and insulation between. The wall sections are prefabricated.

 

Copperhill Mountain Lodge in North Sweden is nominated to 2012 years wood structure price. Photo: Åke E:son Lindman.

 

 

 

 

Multistorey houses in South Sweden. The houses are nominated to 2012 years wood structure price. The houses have all floors made of cross laminatted solid wood slabs, which can have longer spans than solid concrete floors.Photo: Åke E:son Lindman.

Winner of the 2008 years wood structure price. Photo: Åke E:son Lindman.