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Gillot+Givry: pavillon d’été

In praise of smallness, the summer pavilion designed by Gillot+Givry in France is a crisis-era architecture, self-built with the most commonplace materials and means.

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam Architects: Kazuhiro Kojima + Taller Kojima, Kojima Lab, Tokyo University of Science +, Magaribuchi Lab, University of Tokyo Design years: 1999-2002 Completion date: 2003 Surface area: 466 m2

c+a coelacanth and associates,Kazuhiro Kojima + Kojima lab. and Magaribuchi lab.

Simple Luxury - Small Hotel - Elegant Island Retreat, San Pedro, Belize

Very Small Luxury Hotels, Luxury Boutique Hotels

Gillot Givry: pavillon d’été

Pavillon d’été, Saint Baudille et Pipet, France by Gillot+Givry

Brendan Callander, wooden shed, Woodlands Community Garden, Vancouver, charring, Shou Sugi Ban, burnt wood, lattice, Shou Sugi Ban, Air quality, Architecture, Green Materials, Daylighting,  Interesting use of wood and alignment - rooftop of shed. Inspiration for wooden fence?

Student Builds Beautiful Latticed Community Garden Shed From Charred Cedar

Built by Brendan Callander,Jason Pielak ,Stella Cheung-Boyland in Vancouver, Canada This garden shed was designed and constructed in partnership by UBC architecture students and the Woodlands Community.

MINI LIVING Breath Installation

SO-IL imagines a future of sustainable city living with air-filtering MINI Living house

House of cards

Inspired to the Eames’ House of cards, Populous’ installation for the World Architecture Festival features hundreds of super-sized multiples of a single “W” form.

New Artist Residency In Senegal / Toshiko Mori

Gallery of New Artist Residency In Senegal / Toshiko Mori - 1

The rural village of Sinthian in south-eastern Senegal will be the setting for an exciting new cultural centre, conceived and funded by the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut in collaboration with a local leader in Sinthian.


During the workshop led by sa.sa architetti 17 students built in Camigliano (Caserta) a place for the meditation and a viewpoint able to amplify the landscape suggestions.