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LOOS.FM Creates Gigantic LEGO-Inspired Church Pavilion in the Netherlands | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
Lego building - Stacking the painted blocks together, LOOS.FM created a fairly sensational temporary pavilion for Enschede's annual GrensWerk Festival - a full-on Lego church, complete with 20-metre spire
The architects of LOOS have built a church from giant Lego-like blocks in the city of Enschede, the Netherlands. Their so-called Abondantus Gigantus is a temporary pavilion in public space that was meant to be a meeting point and stage for performances and exhibitions during the Grenswerk Festival.
Architects: Onix - Haiko Meijer Location: Bosschenhoofd, The Netherlands Project area: 600 sqm Project year: 2009 Photographs: Courtesy of Onix
Eco Pavilion 2011 / MMX / Mexico DF, Mexico
This is most definitely a unique home. And it is something an owner or tenant could be very creative with when figuring out the final design (and what to feature on each level). --PRANDI Property Management
Vancouver Maritime Museum: CBK (Charles) Van Norman, 1966
Bruxelles art nouveau (Belgique), rue de Belle Vue / Bellevue straat by Marie-Hélène Cingal, via Flickr
Majestic Theatre Apartments / Hill Thalis Architecture.
45º / TSC Architects
Yes! A building systems section! Love the combination of rendering and line-drawing. Amanda Levete Architect.
Attention to tectonics | Volubilis Visitor Center, Meknes, Morocco | Kilo Architectures | © Elio Germani
Weissenhof Row Houses, J.J.P. Oud, Stuttgart -1930s
House Pedralbes in Barcelona, Spain / BCarquitectos
Alvar Aalto; studying in Oulu; Finland this moment