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Locations 2014 >

Milan

Piazza Cordusio

21 – 31 March

2014

Bratislava

Námestie Ľ. Štúra

25 April – 5 May

2014

Ljubljana

Mestni trg

8 - 21 May

2014

Klagenfurt

Neuer Platz

29 August – 7 September

2014

Brussels

Square du Luxembourg

22 – 26 September

Locations 2015 >

Zagreb

Trg bana Josipa Jelacica

22 – 28 April

2015

Torino

Piazza Vittorio Veneto

8 – 18 May

2015

Linz

OK-Platz

8 – 18 June

2015

Aachen

Elisenbrunnen

1 – 10 September

2015

Vienna

MQ Wien/Mariahilfer Straße

23 September – 4 October

Locations 2016 >

Berlin

Messe Berlin

15 – 24 January

2016

Salzburg

Alter Markt

25 May – 05 June

2016

Berlin

Alexanderplatz

21 – 30 October

Locations 2017 >

Thal

 

16 – 17 February 2017

2017

Regensburg

 

18 – 21 May 2017

2017

Hohenems

 

1 – 23 June 2017

WOODBOX on TOUR - Bratislava

Cutting-edge timber architecture in Europe
10 days of dialogue on building with wood

Wood will be showcased right in the heart of the city as the material of the future when it comes to urban construction and living.

WOODBOX is a compact, mobile exhibition that, with the help of around 50 architectural examples, shows the new potential in building with wood – ecological, sustainable and urban.

WOODDAYS features dialogues, lectures and presentations of best practices around the theme of wood as a key material for the green cities of tomorrow.

Friday, April 25th 2014, 13:00 pm

Opening wooddays

Nám. Ľ. Štúra, Bratislava

Friday, April 25th 2014, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

City dialogue “Wood Growing Cities” Bratislava – Vienna

  • Current timber construction projects – multistorey and urban – in Europe
  • Urban development in Vienna with timber – experiences and perspectives
  • Building with wood: planning and public authorities in dialogue

Monday, April 28th 2014, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Architectural convention “Wood. Building the Future”

  • Practical example –Schukowitzgasse Kindergarten in Vienna (Arch. Clemens Kirsch, Kirsch zt GmbH)
  • Paths to zero-energy buildings in new constructions and renovations (Arch.  Werner Nussmüller, Nussmüller Architekten ZT GmbH)
  • Wood as a building material for high-density living with a residential building on Breitenfurter Straße in Vienna as an example (Arch. Martin Praschl, Praschl Goodarzi Architekten ZT GmbH)
  • Relational design with timber(Arch. Reinhard Kropf, Helen & Hard)

WOODBOX open daily from 10:00 am – 10:00 pm, free admission


woodbox on tour

 

WOODBOX & WOODDAYS

The city governments of Bratislava actively support the initiative as local partners.

Equally supportive are the respective national architecture, engineering and timber associations, relevant higher educational institutions and significant companies involved in the European timber industry.

Sponsoring partners