mankind has witnessed
the unique performance of structures built out of Siberian Larch.
Their experiences led them to refer to Siberian
Larch as “The Tree of Eternity”.
Some homes and churches in Russia have been estimated
to be in existence for over 800 years. Perhaps the
most famous example of its longevity is its use in
the construction of the ancient city of Venice.
Siberian Larch is the last sustainable, old growth timber in the world that is capable of providing the U.S. market with a premium product. Due to proximity, Europeans have been able to take advantage of this material since the dissolve of the former Soviet Union. Architects in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Austria, and Japan are specifying the use of larch in the construction of residential homes and commercial spaces such as schools, museums, stadiums, and bridges.