Mass timber : design and research / Susan Jones.
- First edition.
- [Novato, CA] : Oro Editions, 
189 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps, plans ; 22 cm
- Jones, Susan (Architect)
Building, Wooden -- Designs and plans.
Laminated wood construction.
- Architectural drawings.
- Mass Timber: Design and Research' presents new research and design work with Mass Timber, a new construction technology, well-known in Europe, but relatively unfamiliar to the United States. Leading the Mass Timber design dialogue in the US, the author, Susan Jones, an architect in Seattle, Washington, has been pioneering the new, innovative use of wood over the past six years, since she built her own family's house from cross-laminated timber in 2015 in a neighbourhood in Seattle. The book presents her Seattle firm, her family, and her University of Washington students' years of research and design. Opening with the story of three generations of her family's own sustainable forest practices, the book presents research into Pacific Northwest forestry, timber and Cross-Laminated Timber manufacturing practices, to carbon analysis and carbon comparisons between standard building construction assemblies and technologies.
- Place of publication from publisher website.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Class of 1924 Book Fund.
- Class of 1924 Book Fund.
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