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Tallest timber tower to rise in Amsterdam

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Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital 

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21.01.2017 

Ice Breakers 

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16.02.2017 

Modernism Week 2017 

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With construction due to start in the second half of 2017 HAUT is on track to become the world’s tallest timber tower
The municipality of Amsterdam in the Netherlands has selected Team V Architecture with Lingotto, Nicole Maarsen, ARUP and brand partner NLE to develop a building that is a serious contender to become the tallest timber tower in the world. HAUT, will be a 21-storey wooden residential building by the Dutch River Amstel with construction work expected to start in the second half of 2017. HAUT promises to be a prototype of building in an innovative, sustainable and environmentally-friendly manner. The use of timber in high-rise buildings is one of the most keenly discussed innovations in the construction industry worldwide at present. It represents an important step towards the carbon-neutral city: more than three million kilos of CO2 will be stored in the cross laminated timber used to build HAUT. Apart from the innovative use of wood in the construction, the building will also be provide

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