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Packed is a pavilion constructed of cardboard that was shown in the exhibition 3D paperArt in Shanghai, part of the World Expo 2010. It was designed and produced by Michele Leidi, Min-Chieh Chen and Dominik Zausinger with the support of Jeannette Kuo and Tom Pawlofsky. The design consists of 409 truncated cones of varying sizes, all nestled together flawlessly. Trashboarding invites designers & students to "trash" cardboard into temporary habitation! Please support us: trashinvestigation.com
Dome. This is the coolest combination of stained glass and a kid's fort.
Cardboard rings create a dome pavilion in the garden. Looks like a cool place to hang out, especially if you are a kid at heart.
The Packed Pavilion was built by three design students: Min‐Chieh Chen, Dominik Zausinger and Michele Leidi who set out to show how digital design could be used for architectural purposes.
Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion / Robert M. Gurney, FAIA Architect
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You don't have to have water to have beautiful stepping stones. This perfect example of zen comes from a garden in Tokyo. Check out the website for more great ideas and tips.
Urban waterfall, city scenery
Stacked Teacups by WoodCurve on Etsy
an artist created a cabin out of timber and mirrors in the desert so it would seem to disappear.
Coiled up cardboard light fixtures, Jaap Wijnants on etsy
Glass, water and woods. perfection
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This is the Dome Home. It is built on site from sandwich section glass fibre reinforced concrete. With a height of 3.5 meters, 6 meters diameter and, using very elementary maths, a floor space of getting on for 30 square meters.....