WOOD USE FOR ECOLOGICAL REASONS AND THE CLEARLY NOTICEABLE CLIMATE CHANGE:
1.9 tons of CO2.
The German Forest
The ecosystem, as well as our landscape and our society, is illustrated by its high proportion of land..
CONSISTS OF FOREST:
Forest area: 11,419,124 hectares
ACCORDING TO THE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION “DEUTSCHER WALD” (GERMAN FOREST), THE WOOD GROWTH RATE IS 3.8M³ WOOD PER SECOND, WHICH MEANS THAT THE PROPORTION OF WOOD USED BY LYNARSTARSSE IS RE-GROWN WITHIN 19 MINUTES
The history of Wood:
Historically, until the 19th century, wood was an irreplaceable raw material and was used in extensive areas. (e.g.: building material, raw material for tools, energy sources, etc…. )
At the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, wood was widely replaced or even supplemented by other materials such as steel, concrete and plastics as well as new energy sources such as coal, natural gas, crude oil and nuclear energy.
In the last 20-30 years the timber construction has again experienced new popularity. The development of technologies related to timber construction has led to the fact that timber construction proves a fast feasibility of projects, short construction times, great flexibility and versatility. The urban timber construction developed from a rather rural architecture.
Supported on a large scale by committed housing cooperatives and individual assemblies with growing environmental awareness and the demand for responsible use of natural resources, timber construction in the multi-storey area is increasingly shaping the urban landscape. The urban timber construction developed from a rather rural architecture.