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People's Canopy / People's Architecture Office

Gallery of People's Canopy / People's Architecture Office - 1 What a clever idea!

A Change of Heart: A Tale of #Burning Man - This Battered Suitcase  #burningman #festival #festivalgoers

The greatest and weirdest festival of them all, Burning Man has come to an end.

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An innovative, portable, recyclable exhibition space, designed and built, using…

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PHOTOS: Beautiful Times Eureka Pavilion Mimics the Structure of a Leaf

The Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris recently announced Los Angeles based, Ball Nogues Studio as the winner of the 2012 edition of the “Pavilion Spéciale” competition in Paris, France. The Pavilion Spéciale is an installation that can be arched and curled at full scale with a small crane to form different types of space for the site #formactive

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The Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris recently announced Los Angeles based, Ball Nogues Studio as the winner of the 2012 edition of the “Pavilion Spéciale” competition in Paris, France.

Inspired by the city’s skyline, the structure is made of steel and plexiglass, accessible from every side as there is no front nor back. — Sunday Studio | Paris, France — Chicago Architecture Biennial Lakefront Kiosk Competition

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John Grades is an American artist who doesn’t stop impressing his public with monumental installations in museums or more surprisingly in nature. Inspired by the land art movement of the 60′s and 70′s, he creates sculptures which are more and more impressive over the years.

John Grades Monumental Installations

John Grades is an American artist who doesn’t stop impressing his public with monumental installations in museums or more surprisingly in nature.

TCA Think Tank Creates “Parasite Pavilion” With Five-Day Workshop in Venice

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TCA think tank parasite pavilion bug dome workshop 2014 venice architecture biennale

Arch2o-Lyly Huyen  Theverymany + Washington University  (61)

Arch2o-Lyly Huyen Theverymany + Washington University (61)

Engineer: Robert Sillman Associates, New York NY Steel Fabrication & Erection: Acme Erectors, St Louis MO Site Work: J.E. Novack Construction, St Louis MO Fabric Sails: TC Sails, Mt Juliet TN Client: Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University, St Louis MO

PXSTL / Freecell Architecture

Image 4 of 4 from gallery of Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Announce Second “PXSTL” Design Competition. Last year's PXSTL Structure by Freecell Architecture. Image Courtesy of Freecell Architecture

Shell.ter Pavilion, 2012  Diogo Aguiar & Teresa Otto  www.likearchitects.com  via archdaily.com    for #material #form #installation

Shell.ter Pavilion / LIKE Architects

The Shell.ter pavilion, a temporary installation for the Cerveira Creative Camp, is built from monoblock chairs in the gardens of a natural park in the north of Portugal, during a short summer workshop by LIKE Architects.

SXSW Features Parametric Vault Designed by OTA+ and UT Students,© Kory Bieg

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Image 6 of 22 from gallery of SXSW Features Parametric Vault Designed by OTA+ and UT Students. Photograph by Kory Bieg

Wieland Schmidt's Page - Grasshopper

The Swarm, Munich, Germany, EMTech / Wieland Schmidt Architects, Alucobond ACM

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