<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Composite Wood Products and Their Use in Building</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>House Extension in Montrouge, France</h3> <p>A limestone house built at the beginning of the 20th century in a suburb of Paris has been extended with two new volumes at the rear. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Gallery and Guest House in Kobe</h3> <p>The three functional zones of this building &ndash; a gallery with guest rooms and a workshop &ndash; are housed in separate timber volumes stepped up a hill at different...</p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Housing Block in Allensbach</h3> <p>Situated on the edge of a development area, the block is divided into two separate units by an external staircase across its width. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Cultural Centre in Kuhmo, Finland</h3> <p>This information centre was opened to mark the 150th anniversary of the publishing of the &ldquo;Kalevala&rdquo;, the Finnish national epic. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>School Building in St. Peter, Switzerland</h3> <p>The new complex is well integrated into the intact local vernacular. </p>
<img class="caption-media" title="Japanese Pavilion at the Expo 2000 in Hannover" alt="Japanese Pavilion at the Expo 2000 in Hannover" src="/fileadmin/_processed_/8/0/csm_japanese-pavilion-expo-2000-shigeru-ban-2_f0c267edc7.jpg" width="467" height="312" /> <section> <span class="article-preview__category"></span> <div class="article-preview__headline--wrapper"> <h2>Japanese Pavilion at the Expo 2000 in Hannover</h2> </div> </section>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Timber: Indifferent, Synthetic</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Church Community Centre and Youth Centre in Lenting</h3> <p>This lightweight, largely prefabricated timber structure was erected close to the site boundary, with the hall and group rooms overlooking the garden. </p>