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  1. MultiPly by Waugh Thisleton Architects 

    London Design Festival 2018

    Client: American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC)

    Photography: Ed Reeve

    Scope: Project Management

    The pavilion confronted two of the age’s biggest challenges – the need for housing and the urgency to fight climate change – and presents the fusion of modular systems and sustainable construction materials as a possible solution.

    The permeable structure was built from a reusable cross-laminated timber (CLT) panel system made of 60cbm of American tulipwood. Director Andrew Waugh says it showed that modular architecture can provide not only efficient solutions but also enjoyable experiences: “The structure will lead people a merry dance up and down staircases and across bridges exploring space and light.” Waugh Thistleton joins an illustrious list of architects who have collaborated with AHEC and Arup on Landmark Projects for LDF.