Séquences Bois is a French wood architecture magazine, published five times a year, recognized by all professionals in the construction sector. This magazine aims to show the excellence of the wood material by highlighting French and European exemplary constructions according to themes specific to each issue. In each of them, six constructions are presented, including a project valued for its technical details, and another for the singularity of its implementation. The magazine also includes a thematic guide, echoing the subject of the issue, consisting of a selection of wood products presented as technical sheets. Séquences Bois also disseminates informations about the sector, book publications and events around the wood.
Originally from a rural area of the French Alps, Sarah Ador is an architect by formation. Defending a territorialist posture, she is convinced by the need to resort to local resources, natural and sober in grey energy. After two years of practice at L’Atelier du Rouget Simon Teyssou & Associés, in Auvergne, where she worked on several wood projects, she is currently editor-in-chief of the Séquences Bois magazine. At the same time, she is co-editing the magazine Le Cri and is working on a potential thesis subject in the GERPHAU laboratory of the Paris La Villette School of Architecture.