Ten homes with exposed cross-laminated timber interiors

For our latest lookbook, we’ve collected 10 interior projects that feature exposed cross-laminated timber, from a 1980s housing block in Germany to a cosy Finnish cabin.

Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is a type of mass-timber, engineered wood that can be used as structural building materials. It is often used in architecture and normally made from larch, spruce or pine.

In interiors, the material, which is sometimes known as super plywood, lends rooms a light, modern feel and can create a luxurious effect even for projects with a tight budget.

CLT is often used for interiors in Scandinavian projects but can be found in

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