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A-KAMP47 / Stephane Malka

In an industrial section of Marseille, tents climb up a factory wall like a canvas creeper, housing urban campers and… the local homeless alike. A-KAMP47, Stephane Malka’s newest installation, subtly critiques the French state’s promise for universal housing as well as makes an Sigue leyendo

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A Temporary Andy Warhol Museum In A Shopping Mall

LIKEarchitects has completed a temporary Andy Warhol museum located inside a Lisbon shopping mall. Made of stacks of unlabeled paint cans, the mini-gallery contains 32 works by the late American Pop artist. And though the space is covered with a transp… Sigue leyendo

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A Temporary Andy Warhol Museum In A Shopping Mall

LIKEarchitects has completed a temporary Andy Warhol museum located inside a Lisbon shopping mall. Made of stacks of unlabeled paint cans, the mini-gallery contains 32 works by the late American Pop artist. And though the space is covered with a transp… Sigue leyendo

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This Temporary Pavilion Is So Radical, You’ll Forget It’s Made Of Cardboard


The temporary pavilion made of ephemeral materials — recycled plastic bags, Tetrabriks, styrofoam, what have you — is slowly but surely losing its novelty. Organic-looking, inhabitable blobs made of welded-together yogurt cups and modular fortresses of stacked shipping palettes can still coax out a few retweets and Facebook likes in support, but in the end, …Continue Reading
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Featured Project: BVLGARI Pavilion By Not a Number Architect

Project: BVLGARI Pavilion Architect: Not a Number Architects Location: Abu Dhabi Function: You might have just seen Architizer CEO Marc Kushner’s captivating pictures of his trip to Abu Dhabi on our blog. It reminded us of an amazing installation for Abu Dhabi Art 2012 by Not a Number Architects that was on display from June Sigue leyendo

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Relax In Style With These Canadian “Pop Rocks”

Commissioned by the City of Vancouver, “Pop Rocks” is an architectural installation that aims to transform the city’s downtown area using repurposed industrial materials. Designed by AFJD Studio and Matthew Soules Architecture, the temporary installation was crafted entirely out of post-consumer waste (definitely a contender for the Architizer A+ Award for Materials) in a response Sigue leyendo

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This Is The Gate: The Movement Café

Images courtesy of The Movement Café With the fiery finale of the Paralympic Games occurring this past weekend, London has officially ended its run as host city for the 2012 Olympics. While the 2012 Summer Olympics might be over, the city continues to enjoy the legacy created by the games in the form of installations, Sigue leyendo

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Bowooss Pavilion, A Study In Bionics

Influenced by biomimetics and the examination of systems, structures, and processes found in nature, students at The School of Architecture at Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany, have constructed a temporary research pavilion inspired by the efficiency of nature. Read More. The structure, called Bowooss, or “bionic optimized wood shells with sustainability”, draws specific inspiration from Sigue leyendo

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