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The embodied carbon impact of the building is 6 kg CO2e/m2/a. With wooden structures embodies carbon emissions can be reduced compared to other building materials even by 50%.

This case study stores 80 tons of carbon over the life cycle, which implies 286 tons CO2 away from the atmosphere, and thereby offsets 54% of the total embodied carbon of the building.

Through biophilic design in the workplace the health and well being of employees can increase by as much as 13% and productivity can be increased by up to 8%.

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Why wood?

Wooden industrial buildings offer you the most sustainable low-carbon alternative on the market and are also known to improve wellbeing and productivity.


Our concepts show you a range of solutions that are cost-efficient to construct using a combination of massive-engineered wood products. The solutions are flexible and modular and designed for manufacture and assembly. They can even be made for disassembly and reassembly at the end of life.

The benefits of building with wood

60% lower embodied carbon compared to the EU benchmark

Smooth process – designed for manufacture and assembly (DfMA)

Can also be designed for disassembly and reassembly: improving profitability

Increased well-being and productivity in wooden buildings


Innovative timber-based components from sustainably managed forests

Eight industry-proven solutions for every scale, need and looks

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Calculatis by Stora Enso is a timber design tool that helps you analyse structural elements in products such as CLT, LVL and much more. The tool is free of charge and is tailored to different local market regulations, offering easy and clear parameterization, ready-to-use modules and illustrative reports.