The Commune by Geneva University of Art and Design students overseen by Studio A. Meeting room.

Commune in shipping containers by students in Switzerland

Steelhenge by Bureau A

Bureau A recreates Stonehenge using shipping containers

This so-called Steelhenge of shipping containers was designed by Swiss architecture firm Bureau A for the BIG biennale in Geneva

BIG creates inflatable pavilion at Roskilde Music Festival

BIG creates inflatable pavilion at Roskilde Music Festival

Shelter as a study of the architecture of the underground, as explored by theorists including Gaston Bachelard, Paul Virilio and Beatriz Colomina

Inflatable nightclub created by Bureau A for Federation of Swiss Architects

Inflatable nightclub created by Bureau A for Federation of Swiss Architects

Inflatable nightclub created by Bureau A for Federation of Swiss Architects

referencing the shape of underground shelters, the inflatable structure by bureau A can be quickly deflated and transported as soon as the party is over.

Tadioto by Bureau A, Conceived as a support for small pieces of lives, as an ephemeral house or as a vertical street food restaurant, it might deviate from its original yet wide function and become something else, an unexpected urban animal. A mini-concert hall? A poetry podium ? It probably just needs to circulate, to stroll around the busy streets of Hanoi and then it’ll decide by itself which disguise to adopt

Ta đi Ôtô mini-skyscraper on a tricycle by Bureau A

Steelhenge by Bureau A

Bureau A recreates Stonehenge using shipping containers

This so-called Steelhenge of shipping containers was designed by Swiss architecture firm Bureau A for the BIG biennale in Geneva

made from recycled materials

Swiss architecture studio Bureau A built the striking La Fabrique pavilion near Geneva entirely out of recycled windows. The structure was i.

Tadioto: Swiss architecture firm Bureau A created a seven-storey mobile performance space and street kitchen, mounted it on a tricycle and rode it round the streets of Hanoi

Ta đi Ôtô is a multi-storey mobile performance space and street kitchen, mounted on a tricycle and can be found riding around the streets of Hanoi. The tricycle was designed by Bureau A and photographed by Boris Zuliani.

Antoine: Swiss studio Bureau A has concealed a wooden cabin inside an artificial rock and transported it to a remote site in the Swiss Alps

Antoine is an itty bitty cabin hidden inside of a fake boulder that is tucked in the Swiss Alps. Designed by Swiss architecture firm Bureau A, the cabin gets its name from Charles Ferdinand Ramuz’s novel Derberance where the main character, Antoin.

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