Forest Pavilion  Architects: nARCHITECTS    Location: Guangfu, Hualien, Taiwan     Photograph: Iwan Baan

Forest Pavilion Architects: nARCHITECTS Location: Guangfu, Hualien, Taiwan Photograph: Iwan Baan

Regents Place Pavilion  The Pavilion is created by a field of steel rods supporting a thin plate canopy 8M above the streetscape.  By night the visual transparency of the structure is reinforced by up-lighting to the clusters of rods - the pavilion appears to hold the warm golden light within its structure.

Regents Place Pavilion The Pavilion is created by a field of steel rods supporting a thin plate canopy 8M above the streetscape. By night the visual transparency of the structure is reinforced by up-lighting to the clusters of rods - the pavilion appears to hold the warm golden light within its structure.

Project: KL Performance Arts Centre (KLPAC) | SEKSAN DESIGN - Landscape Architecture and Planning

Project: KL Performance Arts Centre (KLPAC) | SEKSAN DESIGN - Landscape Architecture and Planning

Cadiz Temporary Pavilion // Breathnach Donnellan with EASA Participants

Cadiz Temporary Pavilion / Breathnach Donnellan with EASA Participants

Bamboo shelter Bamboo is ideal to build strong, simple shelters that can be erected quickly and easily. It can be harvested locally in some areas then split, or it can be imported. Tarpaulin, plastic sheeting or branches and leaves can be used to make these shelters waterproof. Cost: depends on availability of bamboo

Humanitarian intent: Urgent Architecture from ecohomes to shelters – in pictures

Bamboo shelter Bamboo is ideal to build strong, simple shelters that can be erected quickly and easily. It can be harvested locally in some areas then split, or it can be imported. Tarpaulin, plastic sheeting or branches and leaves can be used to make these shelters waterproof. Cost: depends on availability of bamboo

Thousand Line Construction : Hamish Macpherson A spatial exploration into the interplay of materials, construction techniques, and delicate and precise design. Inspired by Hanakago

Thousand Line Construction

Thousand Line Construction : Hamish Macpherson A spatial exploration into the interplay of materials, construction techniques, and delicate and precise design. Inspired by Hanakago

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