Award News: Lunawood achieves The Green Good Design AWARD 2021 with Project Ö
AWARD NEWS: LUNAWOOD ACHIEVES THE GREEN GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2021 WITH PROJECT Ö
Lunawood Thermowood is widely featured as a sustainable decorative material in Project Ö, which has won the Green Good Design Award 2021 in the category of Green Architecture.
“Build A Better World” has been the overall title under which Green Good Design has once again awarded buildings and projects that emphasize the most advanced “Green Approach” and the most sophisticated methods and technologies to create a positive impact on the environment.
The choice of the materials in Project Ö is based on sustainable awareness and a high level of architectural ambition: minimalist design, high-quality wood that follows Nordic style with low need for the maintenance. The climate of the archipelago is harsh, so excellent weather resistance was a must. Lunawood Thermowood met all the demanding requirements.
“Lunawood is the pioneer and market leader in sustainable wood solutions. We are very pleased that our premium class, yet very natural and non-toxic products have convinced the jury of the Green Good Design”, cheers Maija Masalin, VP Marketing and Product Management at Oy Lunawood Ltd. “We currently celebrate our 20th anniversary year. We are very proud of every single project featured with Lunawood during this 20-year journey, as we know that our wood has constituted a long-lasting and sustainable choice for each project”, she continues.
Eero Saarinen and Charles and Ray Eame founded GOOD DESIGN 71 years ago. Now, The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies continues a special edition of GREEN GOOD DESIGN. This Award focuses on the most important new international products and buildings and construction and planning projects that are leading the global way to a design that is fully sustainable and compatible with the highest standards of good environment.