This publication tells the story of Endless Stair, a towering Escher-like structure that was erected outside Tate Modern in September 2013 for the London Design Festival.Order now
The American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) runs a worldwide campaign to promote the use of American hardwoods. AHEC concentrates on providing architects, specifiers, designers and end-users with technical information on the range of species and products, and sources for supply of American hardwoods.
This film tells the story of Endless Stair, a towering Escher-like structure that was erected outside Tate Modern in September 2013 for the London Design Festival. Made from American tulipwood CLT, it was an exciting exploration of space and form that also pioneered the use of a new material, and acted as a research project. It was designed by dRMM and engineered by Arup.Go to our video library
AHEC’s proactive approach to providing data to back up and communicate the industry’s strong environmental credentials all the way down the supply chain from importer, to manufacturer, to architect and to consumer, has resulted in a new American Hardwood Environmental Profile (AHEP). David Venables discusses the development of AHEP.Visit our blog to read more
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