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design concept for a large mixed use mass timber building in Canada. Black facade with green grass courtyard

Mass Timber's Next Chapter

Evidence of mass timber’s benefits is starting to catch up to the promise it has held for architects at the vanguard of sustainability and tall building construction over the last decade. New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Philadelphia – all cities where mass timber’s proof points are taking shape and where architects are changing expectations of what’s possible. In this interview, DLR Group Principal Steve Cavanaugh, AIA, offers an insider’s take on mass timber’s next chapter and its impact on the future of climate action.

Raw concrete and wood hallway. Seating area front right in front of room labeled Sterling Anchor. Wood stairs to left

T3 Sterling Road in Toronto. Rendering © DLR Group.

“There’s opportunity,” Steve says, “but you have to have the vision.”

Read the interview at AIA.

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