Wood Product Diversity (02:13)
In addition to furniture, fuel, and textiles, the material is used in modern architecture and construction in Europe.
Murau Wood Architecture (01:37)
View a modern cafe, tourist office, architect's home, and restaurant built with high tech wood materials in an Austrian village.
Cross Lamination (03:05)
Learn how a new technology uses wood as a prefabricated construction material and view the process of transforming architectural drawings into finished pieces.
Wood High Rises (02:06)
View planned residential and office buildings in London and Austria, including a 100-meter observation tower in Carinthia.
Wood Textiles (08:59)
Austria's Lenzing Group developed a new fiber made from cellulose. View the environmentally friendly cloth production process and learn household uses for byproducts.
Tree Production (04:17)
Learn how an Austrian company grows seedlings in a streamlined process and view reforestation projects.
Wood Energy Sources (03:43)
A biomass facility in Austria supplies electricity and district heating. Learn how synthetic gas is being developed; the wood industry generates more for Austria's economy than tourism.
Institute of Wood Science and Technology (04:12)
Austrian researchers are developing bicycle wheels, foam, insulation, nano cellulose, adhesive, and other wood innovations.
Wood Plastic Composites (03:59)
Learn practical and industrial applications for an innovative material and view the production process.
Wood Design Innovations (01:19)
The Austrian wood industry is developing technologies to produce architectural models and interior decoration elements.
Wood and Health (02:22)
An Austrian study has found that wood classroom interiors have positive physiological effects on children.
Sawmill Innovations (02:38)
An Austrian wood processing plant uses computerized systems to knit together lumber, creating materials for large building projects such as opera houses and skyscrapers.
Large Scale Wood Structures (03:17)
Despite domestic production, Austrian regulations limit timber construction. Exceptions include the Salzburg Arena dome, a shopping center and a forest observation center—reflecting the material’s modern applications.
Credits: Wonder Wood (00:29)
Credits: Wonder Wood
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