Since the founding of the Leonhard Lehmann sawmill in 1875, the heart of every venture has been the fascinating world of wood. We have seized opportunities, integrated new areas of business and continually improved and expanded our areas of expertise. In the process, we have made our companies at Erlenhof what they are today, with more than 200 employees. Our companies use the raw material in its entirety and always with sustainability in mind: after it has been used for construction, the waste timber is used as an energy source.
Blumer-Lehmann / Head of Department
Kai Strehlke joined in 2015 the Lehmann Timber Code AG, where he is working on the interface between digital data and CNC manufacturing of large scale timber structures. In 2015 he was invited by the Technical University Graz in Austria as a Guest Professor at the Institute of Architecture and Media. Between 2005 and 2015 he has built up and led the Department… read more
Blumer-Lehmann / CEO
As the CEO of Lehmann Timber Code AG I’m responsible for the success and the development of the company especially in research, technical development and marketing.
Over the last years I had the chance to work on several international, innovative and complex timber structures. With the experience of geometrical complex and special timber construction projects as a project leader I had the chance… read more
Tom Svilans is an Innochain PhD fellow at the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture in Copenhagen. His research focuses on activating the anisotropic properties of glue-laminated timber and developing a non-linear interface between practice, fabrication, and simulation in the context of design and material performance. Before joining CITA, Tom was a teaching fellow at… read more
Efilena Baseta is an architect engineer, studied in the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), with a Master degree in Advanced Architecture from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC). Her interest lies in exploring material behaviors, physically and digitally, in order to create real time responsive structures. Since 2014 Efilena is a partner of Noumena, an… read more
Kasper Ax is a PhD researcher in architecture at CITA (Center for Information Technology and Architecture) at the Royal Danish Academy, School of Architecture, in Copenhagen. He is an architect, researcher and educator with a particular interest computational and digital, architectural design. His research is situated within the ‘Materialising Design’ work package… read more