The Constructive Geometry Pavilion is an investigation of dome structures through use of computational design processes. Designed and constructed by the students of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto, the structure is made of corrugated cardboard. Interested to see cardboard in action? Check our upcycling event Trashboarding at www.trashinvestigation.com.
LOVE the way trendy Colombian tea room, Taller de Té, has integrated this “pause space / secret garden” into the surrounding cityscape | via http://www.plataformaarquitectura.cl/2013/07/24/taller-de-te-oficina-informal/
"Orchideorama": These giant wood and steel "trees" provide shelter for an orchid garden below. Designed in a honeycomb fashion, each module can be altered as the plant life needs change; Botanical Garden, Medellín, Colombia | Plan B Architects (2006) Photo: Cristobal Palma