Terunobu Fujimori and Kingston University students build charred timber pavilion

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Terunobu Fujimori works with Kingston University students to create charred timber pavilion

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South Korean studio Shinslab Architecture sliced off one end of a rusty old ship and turned it upside down to form this installation for the Seoul edition of MoMA's Young Architects Program

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Rusty ship transformed into cavernous pavilion in Seoul

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Bjarke Ingels' firm has revealed images of a huge inflatable pavilion it created for this year's edition of the annual music festival in Roskilde, Denmark.

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BIG creates inflatable pavilion at Roskilde Music Festival.

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Stainless steel rods support a tactile system of spinning bamboo pinwheels inside this east London pavilion by design studio Five Line Projects

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Five Line Projects builds pavilion filled with spinning propellers

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Built in Peninsula Square for this year's edition of the London Festival of Architecture, the pavilion features walls covered in copper pipes, allowing the building to function as a huge xylophone

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Xylophone-like pavilion built for London Festival of Architecture

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Architecture studio pH+ has created a pavilion in Greenwich that can be played like a giant musical instrument

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Wolfgang Buttress' Expo pavilion relocates to Kew Gardens

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The beehive-inspired pavilion created by artist Wolfgang Buttress for the Milan Expo 2015 reopens in London's Kew Gardens this weekend

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Wolfgang Buttress' beehive-inspired Expo pavilion relocates to Kew Gardens

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Wolfgang Buttress' Expo pavilion relocates to Kew Gardens

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Plant Architect has used weathering steel to create a series of wing-like structures for bird watchers in a Toronto park

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Bird-watching pavilions by Plant Architect made of weathering steel

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Robotically fabricated pavilion by University of Stuttgart students based on the anatomy of a sea urchin

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Robotically fabricated pavilion by University of Stuttgart students is based on sea-urchin shells

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Researchers and students from the University of Stuttgart employed robots to mould and stitch together this laminated plywood pavilion

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Glass walls provide woodland views from inside this structure, which contains a restaurant serving only locally produced food

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Glass walls provide woodland views from inside this market by Japanese architect Takuya Hosokai

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Takuya Hosokai's market pavilion is set in a Japanese woodland

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Japanese woodland market by Takuya Hosokai promotes local food produce

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Spark's plans for colourful beach huts clad with recycled plastic

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