Henning Larsen has revealed designs for a new mass timber logistics center project in Lelystad on Flevopolder Island, the Netherlands. The project includes a restaurant with roof garden and terrace for employees and boasts several sustainable credentials, including the retention of 40% of the 70-acre total site for landscaping and wildlife habitats. Another 10% increase in its overall biodiversity will also be achieved through its realization. The firm says its construction is driven by circular economy principles and the desire to create a fairer working environment tied to reduced emissions. …The firm’s explorations into mass timber have recently spurred designs for the University of the Faroe Islands, ‘World of Volvo’ corporate headquarters project in Sweden, and another mixed-use development that’s been billed as the “world’s largest urban construction project in wood” in Stockholm.