You may not have noticed them, but wooden houses are here to stay.
In many countries, such as Australia and the United States, a wooden house is the preferred building material for the new millennium.
But in Lithuania, the country that invented the wooden house as a way to save on building materials, there are signs that the building material is becoming more scarce.
There are more than 100,000 wooden houses around the country, according to the Lithuania-based Institute of Architecture.
The country’s Ministry of Culture, Education and Science is looking to the country’s timber industry to supply the remaining supply.
“Wooden houses have been the standard building material since the 20th century,” said Joana Wroznicu, a spokeswoman for the ministry.
Lithuania’s timber trade is a $12 billion industry, according the countrys Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
Wooden buildings are also increasingly being built in the city of Vilnius, which is home to the largest number of wooden houses.
Around 1.2 million wooden houses have also been built in Vilnii since the 1960s.
It is a boom that is happening in the country as the country prepares for the 2020 Olympics.
A growing number of cities around the world are now considering the need to build wooden houses as they face an economic crisis.
Many cities in Asia and Europe are looking to new, cheaper ways to make their buildings.
However, there is also a growing demand for wood for building and residential purposes in countries like the United Kingdom and China.
Australia is planning to install the first wooden houses next year, according Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Other countries, like Japan, the United Arab Emirates and Singapore are also considering the building of wooden homes.
Australian Prime Minister says wooden house in Australia is ‘an incredible piece of history’ Australian Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she was confident that wooden houses would be a part of the 2020 Games.
“[Wooden] houses are an amazing piece of the history of Australia and of our country,” Ms Berejielian told ABC Radio Melbourne.
She added that Australia was already working on new and improved wooden houses and had signed a memorandum of understanding with the UK, which was the biggest buyer of Australian timber.
Berejiels government has pledged to support the UK’s request to supply up to 100,00 woodhouse units to the Games.