This #recycled can pavilion was made during the Bat-Yam International Biennale of landscape urbanism in Israël

Bat-yam Cans Pavilion

Bat-Yam Cans Pavilion, an upcycled pavilion made of cans at the Bat-Yam International Biennale of Landscape Urbanism in Israël.

B(h)uis project seems to have derived inspiration from the manner in which the poor interact with the building construction material in the Third World. Presumptions apart the project planned by Netherlands-based Hoogte Twee Architecten explores the idea of using PVC pipes as a hollow building stone to construct an interactive pavilion or an interesting temporary residence.

PVC pipes form an interactive pavilion for children to play

At Lent, The Netherlands, Hoogte Twee Architecten presented their project B(h)uis, a small pavilion built with PVC tubes. "PVC tubes have inspired us to a

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High School Crinkled Wall - Kufstein, Austria, 2013 Johannes Wiesflecker via  for #form #texture

High School Crinkled Wall / Wiesflecker Architecture

High School Crinkled Wall / Wiesflecker Architecture In cooperation with the artist Karl-Heinz Klopf, a “crinkled wall” was created, a three-dimensional concrete structure which hangs like a sheet of crumpled paper from the roof down to the first floor.

This is the Pallet Pavilion by Matthias Loebermann, built as a temporary meeting place for media and athletes after the World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf, Germany.  #architecture #repurpose #recycle

intended as a temporary meeting place, this pavilion designed from Matthias Loebermann is built of shipping pallets, ground anchors, and tie rods. the structure can be easily assembled and dismantled, and then entirely recycled via

Charlie Stagg is an East Coast educated but Texas born and bred artist who created this house starting in the 1960's. From his home in Texas he has created his artwork and built onto this house for some 40 years.

The Bottle Wall Introducing the Bottle Wall, a peculiar form of stained glass. You won't see any mention of bottle walls or bottle houses.

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The Serpentine’s Ever Changing Pavilion