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WoodSolutions Reviews are considered introductions to sources of inspiration and information about designing and building with wood and wood products.
Our idea is that the scope and depth of reviews on these pages will increase over time – and with your assistance.
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'A Thriving Modernism' examines the lives of two architects who work within the fabric of the Modernism philosophy.

Andrew Geller's influence spread beyond his playful, fanciful vacation homes. Embodying the new free spirit of the late 1950's and '60's, many of the designs remain fresh and inspiring today.

Narrow Houses offers an in-depth look into the benefits of reduced front housing and how they can be optimised for the modern era.

If a trip to Scandinavia, including visits to some remarkable contemporary homes is beyond your time or travel budget, Scandinavian Modern Houses 2 could be the ideal substitute.

The Art of Japanese Joinery explores the history of joinery in Japan and details 48 current methods rarely found in Western construction.

The Timber Design Guide by Dr Andrew Buchanan is a one-stop technical reference for engineers, architects and other professionals in the construction industry. The guide covers all aspects of timber design including the latest in high-rise and composite timber construction.

The Woodbook, The Complete Plates is the perfect companion piece for those looking to learn more about the typical use of hundreds of wood species.

The beauty and versatility of wood is effectively showcased in 58 case studies from around the globe in Michelle Galindo’s Wood Architecture & Design

'Buildings in Wood' provide a highly comprehensive insight into the history of timber construction throughout the globe.

Examining in great detail a series of buildings built in the 80s and 90s, 'Building in Wood' provides an extremely thorough overview of design and construction.

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