There is Life After Demolition: Mass Timber, Circularity and Designing for Deconstruction

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There is Life After Demolition: Mass Timber, Circularity and Designing for Deconstruction

The first Shikinen Sengu was held in the year 690, in the city of Ise, Mie Prefecture, Japan. It consists of a set of ceremonies lasting up to 8 years, beginning with the ritual of cutting down trees for the construction of the new Ise Shrine and concluding with […]

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