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Shigeru Ban

Tokyo, Japan
born 1947, Tokyo

Shigeru Ban (坂茂, Ban Shigeru; born 1957 in Tokyo, Japan) is an accomplished Japanese and international architect, most famous for his innovative work with paper, particularly recycled cardboard paper tubes used to quickly and efficiently house disaster victims. Shigeru Ban was the winner in 2005..

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Futuro House 13

Berlin, Germany
by Matti Suuronen

The Futuro House, is a round, pre-fabricated house designed by Matti Suuronen, of which about 100 were built during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The distinctive flying saucer like shape and airplane hatch entrance has made the houses popular among collectors. The Futuro is composed of..

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The Casa Finlandia series was a whole series of plastic buildings designed by Suuronen after Suuronen's earlier successful Futuro House. The Casa Finlandia series included the CF-100/200 service station (1969), the CF-10 kiosk (1970) and the CF-45 residential/commercial building, better known as..

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Berlin based architects Raumlabor have been doing an interesting architectural work by temporarily transforming locations: a gallery into a laboratory, a public square into a location for scientific discourse or a cold corridor into a place with new social qualities.

When spaces are meant not..

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magma architecture

Berlin, Germany
est. 2003, Berlin

magma architecture is a Berlin-based practice established in 2003 by Martin Ostermann and Lena Kleinheinz. The multidisciplinary design studio has gained notoriety for their expertise in temporary structures and experimentation with new technologies and materials. They have completed projects in..

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Rotunda

Kaluga Region, Russia
by Alexander Brodsky

Rotunda by Alexander Brodsky is a small, oval-shaped building in a field. From where it sits there is a great panoramic view out to the natural surroundings. The Rotunda was designed for the Arch-Stoyaniye contemporary architecture festival in 2009. The structure features a small fireplace at its..

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Ice House

Moscow, Russia
by Alexander Brodsky

The Ice House is an ephemeral and temporary project designed by Alexander Brodsky. The pavilion was another project that Brodsky underwent in the Klyazma Reservoir near Moscow. Ice House was a bar which was literally set up on the frozen lake. Constructed in the winter of 2003, the building was..

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The Nomadic Museum is a purpose-built temporary structure designed to house the 'Ashes and Snow' photography and film exhibition by Gregory Colbert.

The design integrates 148 shipping containers as 'walls' and paper tubes for support, a material the architect is known for using.

At the..

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Al Qasba Theatre

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
by magma architecture

The Al Qasba is the main cultural centre of the Emirate of Sharjah. It consists of two 150 m long, four storey buildings that facing each other on the two banks of the Qasba Canal. They house art galleries, theatres, shops, restaurants and offices.

The Eye of the Emirates Ferris wheel at the..

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Schaustelle

Munich, Germany
by Jürgen Mayer H.

The Schaustelle is a temporary pavilion right next to the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, designed by Jürgen Mayer H. Architects of Berlin. The Schaustelle is intended as a place of interaction; a provisional art gallery and a space for large format works and new concepts, all running..

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The Sichuan province in China was hit by an earthquake measuring a magnitude of eight on the richter scale in May 2008. The natural disaster left the district of Chengdu destroyed.

The school buildings had been officially designated as unusable and had been completely closed for use. To aid..

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Yellow Heart

Vienna, Austria
by Haus-Rucker-Co

Yellow Heart was an experimental project designed by Haus-Rucker-Co in 1968.

The concept evolved from the idea that a concentrated experience of space could offer a direct shift in consciousness. This led to the design and construction of a pneumatic space capsule, the 'Yellow Heart'.
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Oase No. 7

Kassel, Germany
by Haus-Rucker-Co

Oase No. 7 was designed as part of the Documenta 5 exhibition in Kassel, 1972. The Cloud by Coop Himmelb(l)au was also designed to be featured in Documenta 5, however it remained unbuilt.

Oase No. 7 is a transparent sphere with a diameter of 8 metres, the sphere was placed in front of the..

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Archigram

London, United Kingdom
est. 1961, London

Archigram were a collective of British architects established in the sixties and dissolved by the mid-seventies.

Despite never having a realised project, they created some of the 20th century's most iconic images and projects, rethought the relationship of technology, society and..

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pPod

Manchester, United Kingdom
by magma architecture

A travelling theatre group from the Horse & Bamboo Theatre in Manchester required a space that is mobile, to travel with the group.

magma architecture designed a miniature theatre, the mobile tent structure can hold an audience of 35 people and 3 actors. The tent-like structure accommodates..

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Temporary Kindergarten Ajda

Ravne na Koroškem, Slovenia
by Jure Kotnik, ...

In a small Slovenian town close to the border with Austria kindergartens unexpectedly became too small for the increasing number of young children and the existing kindergarten infrastructure had to be quickly expanded to meet the rising demand. The original idea was to build a larger..

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Marjetica Potrč

Berlin, Germany
born 1953, Ljubljana

Marjetica Potrč is an artist and architect based in Ljubljana and Berlin. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the Americas, including in such major exhibitions as the Venice Biennial (1993, 2003, 2009), the São Paulo Biennial (1996, 2006), and Skulptur: Projekte in..

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Apolonija Šušteršič

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born 1965, Ljubljana

Apolonija Šušteršič is an architect and visual artist. Her work is related to a critical analysis of space; usually focused at the processes and relationships between institutions, cultural politics, urban planning and architecture. Her broad – ranging interest starts at phenomenological study of..

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PIPE pavilion

mashhad, Iran
by Farnaz Fattahi

PIPE pavilion
Khayyam University temporary PIPE Pavilion Project


The Khayam University PIPE pavilion was constructed by architecture students under the direction and supervision of Farnaz Fattahi. This temporary pavilion explores the interaction of conceptual design thinking and the use of..

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GIRIH BRICK [Landscape Installation]
February 2016
GIRIH BRICK is an interplay of contradiction, the experimentation of using traditional construction material and introducing a new form of representation. This landscape installation consisting of 4500 bricks spanning over 10 meters was..

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