‘I think the tree is an element of regeneration which in itself is a concept of time’ Joseph Beuys

The precise manner in which a piece of wood is cut and finished profoundly effects our sensory experience both of the material and of the space of which it is a component. Occasionally a project opens up scope for timber to be used in a way that utterly defines the form, proportions, surface, junctions and atmosphere of a piece of architecture. These samples convey how much of the physical character of the trees will endure in the completed structure.


Max Gleeson, Dinesen