Regionally sourced and locally made to support forests, people, and the planet.

Wood is natural, renewable, and solar-powered.

As it grows, it captures carbon while providing clean air, clean water, habitat for wildlife, and cultivating biodiverse ecosystems. As a building product, it’s strong, versatile, honest, and true – a means of connecting people with nature and bringing authenticity to a project.

 

Tri-Lox is building a circular wood system through research, design, and craft.

Our Brooklyn-based practice combines research and design, manufacturing, and custom fabrication into a comprehensive process from sourcing to the final product. Through this unique model that complements the architectural process, Tri-Lox aligns the natural and built environment for a more sustainable future.

Research & Innovation

Through our field research, we determine the most climate-positive practices – from sourcing material in ways that support reuse and regenerative forestry to building a resilient local wood supply chain that expands beyond the standard market. As the research branch of Tri-Lox, Fieldworks partners with leading institutions to develop new systems and practices that expand our capabilities and our environmental and social impact.

Design & Product Development

We view design as a collaborative process with our clients as well as our surrounding environment. With a reverence for wood, trees, and forests, we use this essential material — sourced from historic structures and local forests — to design products for a variety of assemblies, applications, and aesthetics.

Projects

We transform research and design concepts into reality through craft – creating natural feature elements for a range of applications and environments. Our deep understanding of the design and fabrication process yields cohesive, innovative results on a project level. We’re not simply supplying a product; we’re a collaborator and resource for materials that tell a story and bring sustainability to every project.

Specifying for Forest Conservation

Our AIA-accredited presentation is a culmination of our research with Yale School of the Environment. This course is centered on health and sustainability (1 HSW/LU), exploring the opportunity for designers to have positive environmental, ecological, and economic impact by engaging best practices for forestry and local wood manufacturing. Contact us to set up a digital presentation for your company.

General Inquires

[email protected] (347)-987-4553

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Location

228 India Street
Brooklyn, NY 11222

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Environmental responsibility is at the core of our mission. We are proud to offer products that are Forest Stewardship Council® 012533EM and Sustainable Forestry Initiative® US009702-1 certified.