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Portland's new airport terminal looks like it's from the future -- but it's built out of wood
by Patrick Sisson
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10 November 2023
On 10 November 2023 Fast Company reported:
When Portland, Oregon, opens up a soaring new airport terminal in May 2024, it's widely expected to become a signature building. Part of the draw will be the sweeping, mass timber construction, including a 9-acre roof boasting gracious curves and skylights. The project's uniqueness in no small way is thanks to its supply chain. Every piece of wood was sourced from within 300 miles of the airport, and about half of it came from 13 small and tribal landowners in Washington and Oregon.
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