School Project, Tallinn, Estonia

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School Project, Tallinn, Estonia

With the government encouraging the use of timber as a replacement for concrete and steel in the construction of public buildings, thermally modified pine cladding was specified in the construction of this new school.

The timber cladding was treated with fire retardant in the factory prior to installation. The retardant is applied to the cladding boards under high pressure in a vacuum chamber to comply with local fire regulations.

The cladding panels were not treated with protective UV oil  which means they will weather naturally to a silver-grey colour over time.

Product: Thermory Benchmark thermo-pine

Architect: Must Architects

Quantity: 3600 m2

Photo: Sander Tõniste

Benchmark by Thermory

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