Schoolhouse, Trollhättan, Sweden

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Schoolhouse, Trollhättan, Sweden

The facade of this schoolhouse on the outskirts of Trollhättan, Sweden, resembles an old Hälltrop farmhouse with its exterior using a combination of thermally modified ash shingles and cladding boards to create a playful, textural contrast.

The shingles undergo the same thermal-modification process as all our products, offering much higher dimensional stability than unmodified wood and Class 1 durability (25+ years of rot-resistance).

Products: Thermally modified ash shingles and ash cladding boards.

Architects: Contekton Arkitekter Fyrstad AB

Contractor: Moelven Wood Projects, Sweden

Photography: Devis Bionaz Fotograf

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