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I have spent the canadian healthcare viagra best part of the cialis usa last 17 years promoting the benefits of hardwood to the international design community.
“Wood is the material of the 21st century not concrete” Milan based architect Matteo Thun, March 2012
“Wood is forging ahead into areas that were to date beyond reach” Christian Schittich, editor Detail, March 2012
“Timber is the new concrete” Alex de Rijke, dRMM architects and buy cialis without a prescription Dean of Architecture at the Royal College of Art in London. March 2012
It’s been an interesting and where to purchase viagra challenging journey, with success and viagra pharmacy failures. I remember only too well a seminar in Scotland in the 90’s where the audience failed to reach double figures. But there have been many other occasions where hundreds of interested architects have turned up in venues all over Europe to hear the “wood works” message. Even in the early days we learnt the power of getting architects themselves to tell the wood story through their own experiences and where to purchase cialis projects. In those days architects who championed the use of wood were hard to find. But now the tide has turned and viagra online 50mg designers everywhere are not only turning to wood but are using their own platforms to promote and cheap canadian viagra shout about its benefits. They are even challenging other industries on our behalf. Greater use of wood in building and canadian viagra and healthcare product design makes great environmental, economic and canadian healthcare pharmacy aesthetic sense, wood industries know that, but now we are not the only voice in town. I leave the last word to Christian Schittich editor of Detail magazine who this month concludes “throughout history, wood, one of mankind’s most ancient building materials has time and pfizer viagra cheap again been the basis for exquisite buildings and order viagra uk structures. It has seldom been as relevant as it is right now”
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