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Elytra Filament Pavilion
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Elytra Filament Pavilion

Achim Menges, Moritz Dörstelmann More

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Multipurpose Mudroom Multipurpose Mudroom

A split-level entry sequence leads from the landing the lower-level mudroom. More

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Get Handy Advice About Building Techniques Via Your Smartphone Get Handy Advice About Building Techniques Via Your Smartphone

Now building techniques info from APA-The Engineered Wood Association is available through your smartphone or tablet. More

Something to Crow About: FeatherWood Bio-Based Composite Lumber
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Something to Crow About: FeatherWood Bio-Based Composite Lumber

Reclaimed chicken, duck, and turkey feathers are put to use in this engineered... More

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Southern Pine 2x4 Lumber Downgraded

It's official: effective June 1, Southern Pine #2 2x4 lumber has been downgraded. Testing of randomly sampled 2x4s from sawmills across the Southern Pine-producing region has shown that the strength of the lumber has declined significantly since the official design values were published several decades ago. As a result of the new testing, official "design values" for Southern Pine #2 2x4 wood have dropped by about 30%. More

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K and B Dollars and Sense: Serving up Value in Kitchen and Bath Remodels K and B Dollars and Sense: Serving up Value in Kitchen and Bath Remodels

Today's homeowners are demanding increased value in their kitchen and bath remodels. We show you how to deliver. More

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Burn Notice: LP FlameBlock Fire-Rated OSB Burn Notice: LP FlameBlock Fire-Rated OSB

Meet code in row houses, multifamily dwellings, and other buildings using FlameBlock fire-rated OSB for structural strength and fire protection in one. More

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LP Wood-E Design 2011.2 LP Wood-E Design 2011.2

The lumber manufacturer has simplified its design software with this latest update. More

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Product Extra: FSC-Certified Materials

Products andmaterials made of FSC-certified wood from Boise Cascade, EarthSource, EcoTimber, Native Trails, Neil Kelly Cabinets, and Smith & Fong. More

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