STROUD CHAPEL – Great Britain
Timber Construction – excellent
What a church – The Stroud Chapel. When it comes to special projects on special locations, Great Britain often choose an aesthetic wooden construction for buildings. This time we were part of building a church with a roof of beautifully designed cross laminated timber (CLT) panels and glue laminated (glulam) beams built for the Christian Community in Stroud. Not only do we think it is a very unique church, it has also been featured in the Premier Construction Mag for December 2020 and it has been highly commended at the 2020 Structural Timber Awards.
Building Developer: Corbett&Tasker Ltd., London
Architect: Nicolas Pople Architect, Forest Row
- 300mm deep glulam ribs
- 120mm thick CLT panels
- 17,5m long axis