The UFEX is a Glasgow City initiative that encourages urban food exchange along Maryhill Road and reinvigorates Glasgow’s historic canal. This urban food exchange initiative aims to unite people by providing a secure environment where they can relax, eat, and learn. Due to the utilisation of recycled and natural materials, the structures may interact with their surroundings. Residents who live near Maryhill will be the primary users, so there would be a place where teenagers can study while giving them access to essential nourishment and sustenance. It will establish a comprehensive, long-lasting, resilient infrastructure for eating well and preparing meals in urban and larger communities. The planned mass timber structure lies gently on the landscape, attributable to the “fabric first” design approach and a defined site strategy. A Glulam column embodies the idea of “growing” and may be taken apart and utilised in other projects with other construction components, increasing the structure’s useful life.