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Salvaging Beetlemania | A\J – Canada’s Environmental Voice

Reclaimed barnboard in use on Toronto’s Danforth. Photo by Eric Nay.

I have wanted to write about Urban Tree Salvage in Toronto for a long time, and this plague of pests has given me a most unfortunate opportunity to do so. The desire for reclaimed hardwood is growing across Canada, and this new/old material is giving rise to numerous innovative material uses that are upping the design ante for those architects and designers who choose to work with vintage boards and old growth beams. From knotty reclaimed barnwood siding to massive heart pine beams, reclaimed wood is providing a treasure trove of nature’s finest material just aching to be used one more time.

via Salvaging Beetlemania | A\J – Canada’s Environmental Voice.