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Why it's time to build more wooden schools
As children between the ages of seven and 14 spend 90% of their time indoors, with the majority of that time at school, creating healthy learning environments is crucial. Wood has a positive impact on health and wellbeing, as well as a lower carbon footprint – achieving reductions of up to 75% of CO2 emissions compared to traditional construction materials.
School Concept by Stora Enso
Let’s build a learning environment for the next generation
New study highlights 10 wellbeing benefits of building with wood
In the developed world, around 90% of our time is spent indoors. In recent times, this has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and wellbeing in indoor environments is more important than ever. 
Wellbeing with biophilic building design
The life cycle of wood has other benefits besides sustainable use of materials: when wood is used for construction, wood can increase the well-being of people spending time in the buildings. Biophilic building designs using wood enhance health and well-being in indoor environments, and make us feel closer to nature.
Building Concepts by Stora Enso
Building Concepts by Stora Enso are driven by a cost competitive analysis that is carried out together with our customers and specifiers in key markets. We develop all our Building Concepts together with a recognized 3rd party, well known by customers or specifier.
New wooden educational buildings in Finland – wood construction rapidly increasing
In 2020, the Finnish Ministry of the Environment set new targets aimed to increase the use of wood in public buildings in Finland. The effect of these national targets is already clearly visible in Finnish public construction, with many new educational building projects starting in early 2021. Stora Enso will supply solid wood elements to a new wooden school in Helsinki and a kindergarten in Tuusula, the largest massive wood kindergarten in Finland to date.
Sustainable university building in Singapore rising with CLT by Stora Enso
One of the largest wooden buildings in the world is being built in Singapore with CLT by Stora Enso.
Residential multi-storey buildings in massive wood
As a leader in innovative wood products, Stora Enso has supplied massive wood for successful tall wood projects across Europe. Multi-storey buildings in massive wood are high-performing, renewable structures that can help to meet the growing demand for new urban buildings and more efficient, sustainable construction.
Let's talk about the wood house effect
There is a positive force for change underway. It’s helping combat climate change. It’s making buildings healthier places to be.
Stora Enso contributes to a sustainable FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf
Stora Enso is the presenting sponsor of FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf, Germany. During the games, which take between February 23 and March 7, Stora Enso provides renewable products and innovations made from wood to contribute to a world-class sustainable and climate-friendly event. 
Singaporean commitment to sustainability
In the middle of the Singapore Management University (SMU) campus, rises a brand new education facility – SMU Connexion that seamlessly bonds CLT (by Stora Enso) to the building’s steel frame.
Calculatis: a state-of-the-art timber design tool
Calculatis by Stora Enso is a timber design tool for engineers. Efficient and fully web-based, Calculatis allows you to analyse structural elements in products such as CLT, LVL and much more.
Stora Enso with “license to operate” for CLT in the North American market
Wooden buildings are on the rise in the US and Stora Enso is able to enter the market with its cross laminated timber (CLT) product complying with the International Building Code® (IBC) that is necessary for the US American market as of 2021.
The office buildings of the future are made of wood
Increasingly, employers and building owners are looking for office buildings that are aligned with their sustainability goals and reflect the fact that they value their employees’ wellbeing.
CLT360+: A digital assistant for element installation
CLT360+ by Stora Enso is a mobile app that helps you manage construction projects more efficiently. Save installation time, reduce errors at the building site and streamline the installation process.
A digital building: solutions for healthy and sustainable living
What if you could click a button and find out what the air quality in your home is right now? Or design your new home so well that there would be zero waste during its construction? HEAL, a joint effort between Stora Enso Wood Products and Finnish start-up Trä Group, could make it happen.
25 King built in wood
There is a brand new nine story office building on King Street in Brisbane, Australia. 25 King is built with CLT, supplied by Stora Enso, and engineered and processed by Lendlease. 25 King is Australia’s tallest engineered timber office building, with a total floor area of 14 921 square metres.