Thank you Toronto...
for an awesome Wood at Work 2018!
October 25th and 26th at the University of Toronto

Wood at Work is an annual conference of global innovators linking the use of wood with urbanization, architecture, climate change, forestry and forest conservation. The two-day events have included talks, demonstrations, tours, samples, models and exciting hands-on activities. The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Forestry and the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design hosted Wood at Work 2018 in partnership with the Mass Timber Institute.

For more information, please contact us. Stay tuned for plans for 2019!

Our 2018 Sponsors

Wood at Work 2018 was generously supported by:
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Wood at Work 2018 Recap

Keynote lecture by John Patkau of Patkau Architects – designer of North America's tallest braced-frame timber tower, to be built on University of Toronto campus in 2020 – and Michael Green of Michael Green Architecture.

We were also graced by many other exciting speakers from an extensive range of professional backgrounds invested in the future of our forests and cities. See the current list of speakers for the upcoming conference here, along with the complete list of past contributors.

Illustrated by MJMA and Patkau Architects.

Book Launch for Wood Urbanism: From the Molecular to the Territorial, by Daniel Ibañez, Jane Hutton, & Kiel Moe (Actar, 2018). Purchase the book here.

W@W 2016 Highlights Video