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robots fabricate elytra filament pavilion at london's V&A museum

robots fabricate elytra filament pavilion at the V&A museum

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This pop-up rainwater pavilion in Edinburgh is designed to raise awareness about water

Watershed pavilion Edinburgh by DoepelStrijkers. This temporary pavilion for the World Cities Pop-up Expo in Edinburgh portrays Rotterdam's innovative approach to water management and climate adaptation.

House H designed by ABIBOO Architecture

A Madrid House Looks Like a Geometric Sculpture

Abiboo Architecture's design for House H includes a series of stacked volumes which enclose secluded areas for the owner, a Madrid-based renowned sportman

Elytra Filament Pavilion Explores Biomimicry at London's Victoria and Albert Museum,© NAARO via the V&A

Gallery of Elytra Filament Pavilion Explores Biomimicry at London's Victoria and Albert Museum - 2

The Victoria and Albert Museum has unveiled its latest installation: the Elytra Filament Pavilion, a project displaying the culmination of four years.

Cozinha e sala

Incredible Recycled and Colorful Home Built From Salvaged Materials in Uruguay. This tiny house includes hundreds of used bottles, and is now available to rent.

Treemendous

13 Tremendous Tree Houses

Xylophone-like pavilion built for London Festival of Architecture

ph Architects' Milkshake Tree is a multi-sensory playground created for the London Festival of Architecture.

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Rusty ship transformed into cavernous pavilion in Seoul

Rusty ship transformed into cavernous pavilion in Seoul

South Korean studio Shinslab Architecture sliced off one end of a rusty old ship and turned it upside down to form this installation for the Seoul edition of MoMA's Young Architects Program

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