Now that the days and evenings are becoming brighter, brown patios, green fencing, and grubby outdoor furniture are just some of the sights we're beginning to see.

Now that the days and evenings are becoming brighter, brown patios, green fencing, and grubby outdoor furniture are just some of the sights we're beginning to see.

Now that the days and evenings are becoming brighter, brown patios, green fencing, and grubby outdoor furniture are just some of the sights we're beginning to see.

Now that the days and evenings are becoming brighter, brown patios, green fencing, and grubby outdoor furniture are just some of the sights we're beginning to see.

There is, rightly, a continuing trend towards sustainability and sustainable design being spearheaded by forward-thinking architects and designers and building product manufacturers all keen to minimise waste in the construction industry.

Steve Grimwood, Managing Director of Osmo UK, provides an insight into what different wood finishes can achieve – both visually and practically.

Buildings are static. They serve the purpose they have been designed for. But when cities grow and the needs of the community change, this becomes a problem. Modular construction with engineered wood products like Kerto LVL are the solution, because they enable adaptable, sustainable and cost competitive designs. It is time to provide solutions to the changing needs of our cities. Time to create an urban adaptation.

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