Branching Out

To Build the World's Tallest Timber Skyscraper, a Team Had to Rethink Everything

The buzzy building material of the moment isn't a newly discovered metal mined from the Earth's core or a super-strong polymer created in a lab. No, it's actually one of the oldest construction products known to man—wood—and it's popping up in project plans all over the world.
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