Raw natural materials such as stone and wood are becoming more widespread in global architecture. When used correctly, such materials can enhance a building's design, while also improving the experience for users.
Chilean architect and chief editor of ArchDaily, David Basulto, talks about this in a new online design theme, where we focus on the current material trends and the use of cement-bonded wood wool in modern architecture.
See how two studios have used cement-bonded wood wool to achieve a unique look in a new Danish culture centre and a renovated German sports centre. They have just won the WOOD WOOL AWARD™ 2015, which Troldtekt launched to acknowledge the use of cement-bonded wood wool in modern architecture.