At Lindal and warmmodern living, we continually sing the praises of wood as an enduring, sustainable, and warmly welcoming building material.
It’s been a very long time since we’ve read two more compelling treatises on wood than these, published recently in Seattle. We’ve long known that the Lindal lifestyle nourishes the mind and the soul, and these provide both scientific and romantic affirmation.
The first, a romantic ode to wood, written by Stefano Catalani, Director of Art, Craft, and Design at the Bellevue Art Museum on the occasion of the opening of the exhibit “Knock on Wood, running until March 19, 2015,” sheds light on why the radiance of wood is so beloved. Read article
The other, written by Bruce Lippke, professor emeritus of the School of the Environment at the University of Washington for the Seattle Times is a scientific treatise on recent research that confirms that wood is the most responsible building material by actually reducing carbon dioxide in the environment when used in construction. Read article