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Munich Olympic Stadium by Frei Otto & Gunther Behnisch

AD Classics: Olympiastadion (Munich Olympic Stadium) / Behnisch and Partners & Frei Otto

With peaks and valleys echoing the nearby Alps, the vast canopy of the Munich Olympic Stadium has been a local landmark since the opening of the 1972 Olympics.

Tensile structure by Frei Otto looks like a fern leaf or bracken great architectural sculpture  ça me fait penser à une colonne vertébrale! Non?

frei otto

the model standing, close to 6 meters tall - 200 meters of wire, forced in to an S curve. The "feather"- steel proving to be a bit hard to bend,. _ frei otto engineering more model photos

A community hammock by Numen/For Use mounted at Z33.

NET - Abitare

A community hammock by Numen/For Use mounted at Z33 - Huis voor actuele kunst, in Hasselt, until 2.10.2011.

Frei Otto. Casabella 301 1966: 40 / Sacred Geometry <3

Frei Otto. Casabella 301 1966, 40

RNDRD | A partial index of published architectural rendering

Frei Otto. Casabella 301 1966: 39

Frei Otto. Casabella 301 1966, 39

RNDRD | A partial index of published architectural rendering

München_Olympiapark_HDR

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Folding Bamboo Houses by Ming Tang

Folding Bamboo Houses by Ming Tang

Jorge at Inhabitat calls Ming Tang's temporary shelters "origami inspired"; They remind me more of the tensile structures of Frei Otto They were developed as temporary shelters for the homeless after last May's earthquake in Chian that left millions

R&Sie(n) believe that this process of predetermination implies hierarchy and control, and that therefore the city must be conceived and realized simultaneously, in relation to its surroundings, through negotiation among all parties involved. Nothing can remain fixed; everything must evolve continuously.

R&Sie(n) believe that this process of predetermination implies hierarchy and control, and that therefore the city must be conceived and realized simultaneously, in relation to its surroundings, through negotiation among all parties involved. Nothing can remain fixed; everything must evolve continuously.