Vancouver architect unveils plan for world's largest wood tower
from Globe and Mail
Peter Busby, the architect best known for a long and storied career of sustainable design, sits in the boardroom of his firm’s downtown Vancouver office across from developer Bruce Langereis, where they discuss their vision to build the world;s largest wood tower. They propose a 35- or 40-storey, mixed-use tower that would be a major feat — and not just a feat of wood technology, or convincing consumers to move beyond their appetite for concrete construction.
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