Riding on sculpted form: Feilden Fowles at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The land, the floodplain, and the forest

This Unstructured 9 includes features on FeildenFowles’s new Yorkshire Sculpture Park Weston Visitor gateway building, Scottish artists Dalziel + Scullion writing about their Corpus piece within the Cambridge Addenbrooks Biomedical Campus, A photo essay on Vietnamese women construction workers, a review of Bengal Stream, a Europe wide touring exhibition, uncovering the dynamic world of contemporary Bangladeshi architecture, and Reforesting Scotland founder, Bernard Planterose, on Shades of Green, a cultural history of the Sitka Spruce.

There is also Folded In, the research essay by Yves Weinand and his Lausanne’s I-Bois colleagues from Unstructured Xtra’s 9 CLT edition, and a full report on Fourth Door’s autumn symposia, Building with Water and Root & Branch.






Riding on Sculpted form: FeildenFowles@YSP
Dalziel + Scullion's Corpus and other medical works
Bangladesh Calling – the Bengal Stream exhibition
Hanoi's women builders of the world – Photo-essay by Theo Lowenstein
Research - Yves Weinand on I-Bois's Folded Plate CLT experiments
Fourth Door’s Building with Water and Root & Branch symposia – reports and info

Unstructured extra 9

Where CLT is Going? And where did it come from?

This new Unstructured extra on the rise and rise of everyone's favourite engineered timber. With Gerhard Schickhofer interviewed, SauerbrauchHutton, Helen & Hard, I-Bois, FeildenFowles, WaughThistleton, a special dRMM themed feature, and contributions from Alex de Rijke and Arup's Andrew Laurence.

And cutting against the grain, CLT's first Monocoque building, Arts & Crafts & CLT, Brettstapel, and reports from CLT's improbable world centre, Hackney, and the materials heartland origins, the Mur valley, Styria.