Whole Tree Architecture

The concept of using ‘whole trees’ or parts thereof has multiple benefits.  Of course, there is the visual impact, but did you know that natural timber is significantly stronger than milled timber?  It’s also cheaper if you are able to source it.

Whole tree architecture

The timber can be used as nature shaped it or can be moulded using heat and steam. Both retain the natural beauty and strength. Any conventional timber finish can be used including oils, stains and paints.

Would you do something like this if you could?

Here are a few images to get your imagination working.  The rest is up to you 🙂

Buderim 1980 - Russell Hall Architects

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