Lilliput – Norwich, England


Norwich, UK – England.

CLT/Timber Structure

Carbon negative structure:
– 46.25 T of #CO2 is stored in the structure
– 220.20 kg/sqm of #CO2 is stored in the structure

Lilliput is a unique and innovative structure that utilizes mass timber construction techniques to create a beautiful and sustainable building. The use of cross-laminated timber (CLT) in the walls, slabs, stairs, and beams creates a cohesive and sturdy structure that is both efficient and environmentally friendly.

The building’s rectangular shape measures 11.30m by 9.40m, with a maximum height of 8.50m. The CLT panels used in the walls and slabs are 100 mm and 160 mm thick, respectively. These panels  are able to transfer the vertical loads from the roof to the concrete foundation with ease.

In addition to the structural benefits of using CLT, the building also boasts exceptional lateral stability thanks to the use of these panels. 

We believe that Lilliput is a testament to the potential of sustainable building materials and the positive impact they can have on the environment and the built environment.

Building is designed, produced and assembled at the end of 2020.




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