Constructed from cross-laminated timber panels from the first floor upwards, Stadthaus is thought to be the tallest timber residential structure in the world. Sited in Murray Grove, east London, the nine-storey building is the first of this height to construct load bearing walls and floor slabs as well as stair and lift cores entirely from timber.
In this talk the architect and engineer will discuss the scheme in detail.
Andrew Waugh, Founding Director Waugh Thistleton Architects
Matthew Linegar, Project Director Techniker
The talk will be followed by refreshments and the launch of the new publication about the project ‘A Process Revelaed’
The event is free to attend. Booking is essential.