SKULPTUR / Festwochenzentrum | GABU Heindl Architektur | Archello
Wiener Festwochen, the annual six-week-long cultural festival of Vienna, commissioned the sculpture outside the festival center in the Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus. As with many of Vienna’s public spaces, this is a conte...
Shimogamo Jinja Hojoan by Kengo Kuma and Associates
Kengo Kuma built this temporary hut using cedar, ETFE plastic and magnets to pay tribute to the dwelling of Kamono Chomei's Hōjōki.
Bodø Harbour square - Installation october 2011 （Svein Erik Toien photography）
In october 2011, Bodø ArkitektGruppe - BAG - created an architectural installation with elements of sculpture, video and sound art in Nedre Torg (here named Bodø Harbour square), to put a foucus on the possibillities of an important urban space, till now occupied by parked cars. The installation showed to be popular both as a playground for kindergarten kids, youth performing Parcour, an curious passers-by. During the exhibition period of one week, different avantgarde musicians performed…
Simply designed cardboard shelters to house victims of natural disasters - Designbuzz
We have come across plenty of temporary shelter designs meant to house victims of natural disasters, but none came even remotely close to this one in terms of design simplicity and thorough functionality. Architecture student Tine Hovsepian has used...
Studio Morison installs origami-like "pineapple" in 18th-century garden
Studio Morison has erected a pink pavilion in the centre of the 18th-century walled garden of the Berrington Hall estate in Herefordshire, England
[c]space Pavilion by Alan Dempsey and Alvin Huang | Dezeen
[c]space Pavilion, a temporary structure designed by architects Alan Dempsey and Alvin Huang, has opened in London. Constructed in front of the Architectural Association, the design last year won a competition to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the AA’s Design Research Laboratory. More info on the design and the competition in our earlier story. Photos
Temporary Pavillion Structures (2)
Eco-Friendly Pavilion From 2000 Recycled Beer Crates Eco-friendly architecture design becoming a trend or designers are really into saving the environment. More and more designers and student designers are now into eco-friendly design and this include the students from the University of Applied Science in Detmold, Germany who had just recently designed the Boxel pavilion. This hailed as eco-friendly pavilion is made out of 2,000 beer crates. As part of the students’ course, they are required…
ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart | Dezeen
Polygonal timber plates give this pavilion at the University of Stuttgart a skeleton like a sea urchin's. Top and above: photographs are by Roland Halbe The pavilion was constructed for a biological research collaboration between the Institute for Computational Design (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE), who also invited university students
Yves Béhar designs slanted surf shack for Design Miami
San Francisco designer Yves Béhar has created a temporary beach hut installation to showcase his collection of surfboards and art
Kiss by Z-A Studio | Dezeen
Pop-up shops might be commonplace in retail but would you consider getting married in a pop-up chapel made of cardboard? Top: photograph by Melissa Murphy Above: photograph by Celine Willard Twelve couples tied the knot beneath a temporary cardboard arch by Z-A Studio in New York's Central Park at the end of last month. Above: photograph by