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Abedian School of Architecture - Student Projects

The PortHole / TOMA!

Galería de The PortHole / TOMA! - 2

The PortHole: Anamorphic pavilion for the Living Architecture Festival by TOMA Architects

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:: The Institute for Computer-Based Design and the Institute for Structural Engineering and Structural Design, University of Stuttgart ::

Second and third year architecture students at the Architectural Association school in London have completed this year's AA Summer Pavilion, called the Swoosh Pavilion.In what is turning out to be something of a glut of pavilions, Swoosh joins the [c]space Pavilion (above), which is also located in Bedford Square. See our previous story for more info about this one.

Swoosh Pavilion at the Architectural Association

Second and third year architecture students at the Architectural Association school in London have completed this year’s AA Summer Pavi.

Lignum Pavilion / Frei + Saarinen Architekten

Gallery of Lignum Pavilion / Frei + Saarinen Architekten - 6

Lignum Pavilion / Frei + Saarinen Architekten - The untreated wooden structure is so simple but very effective; the bareness of the wood is emphasised by the spinal structured design. The effect created by the direction of light is very innovative.

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The SZU pavilion is the result of a semester long module collaborated between HKPDA and Shenzhen University. Bending gracefully in the atrium space of SZU.

Bowooss, Bionic Research Pavilion, Germany, architecture, green building, biomimicry, nature

Pop-Up Bowooss Bionic Research Pavilion Inspired by Nature's Efficiency

Bowooss bionic inspired wooden shell Research Pavilion structure - School of Architecture at Saarland University, Germany.

The curved plywood model by Hirose Daisuke, who established Archicomplex in 2005. The structure was assembled without any glue, nails or screws. The designer wanted to create a weatherproof hut suitable for disaster sites that could be built in just a few hours, so he developed an envelope with finger joints of plywood panels (cut by laser cutter)! wow!    Tokyo design fair report, 2012 | Design | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Tokyo design fair report, 2012

The curved plywood model by Hirose Daisuke, who established Archicomplex in…

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