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Posted by on Feb 10, 2016 in 2015, Israel, Pardesiya, Pavilion, Ron Shenkin Studio

How This Funeral Architecture is a Beautiful Tribute to Nature

How This Funeral Architecture is a Beautiful Tribute to Nature

Article by Carlos Cortés Open-sided shelter, by Ron Shenkin Studio, in Pardesiya, Israel.  Graveyards and cemeteries are places where we bury and say one last goodbye to our family and friends. This open-sided shelter by Ron Shenkin Studio is a spacious structure placed next to a cemetery where people converge and dedicate eulogies and words to the deceased, prior to and during the ceremonies. What is the Purpose of...

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Posted by on Jan 10, 2016 in 2015, Foster+Parters, Italy, Landscape architecture Posts, Milan, Pavilion, WATG

How The Stunning UAE Pavilion Takes Inspiration Form The Desert

How The Stunning UAE Pavilion Takes Inspiration Form The Desert

Article by Miriam Judith González Bolívar. UAE Pavilion by Foster+Parters and WATG in the Expo Milan 2015. Have you ever noticed the desert landscape? What do you think you can find there? Usually when we talk about it, what comes first to our minds is austerity, tons of sand, rocks, the horizon, and the infrequent lushness of an oasis? However, the desert still has his beauty. Dunes make the...

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Posted by on Nov 4, 2015 in Invisible Studio, Landscape architecture Posts, LT Studio, Pavilion

How a 3 Day Workshop Harnessed The Power of a Community and Reclaimed Wasteland

How a 3 Day Workshop Harnessed The Power of a Community and Reclaimed Wasteland

The Watchet Pavilion, a 3 Day Workshop by LT Studio and Invisible Studio, in Watchet, Somerset. It took Marc Dix of LT Studio Landscape Architects, Piers Taylor of Invisible Studio, and a team of 50 community volunteers just three days to build a pleasure garden pavilion to be enjoyed by everyone in the community. This project represents a unique opportunity to create a perfect public space for the community and...

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Posted by on Sep 17, 2015 in 2015, Germany, Landscape architecture Posts, Pavilion, Stuttgart

Incredible Pavilion Shows us the Potential of Nature-Inspired Design

Incredible Pavilion Shows us the Potential of Nature-Inspired Design

ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2014-15, by The Institute for Computational Design (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) of the University of Stuttgart (Germany), in Stuttgart, Germany. The Institute for Computational Design (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) of the University of Stuttgart (Germany) are known for their full-scale bionic research pavilions’ experiments, computational design, robotic fabrication strategies, functional integration, and...

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Posted by on Aug 16, 2015 in 2015, Italy, Landscape architecture Posts, Milan, Pavilion, Piuarch

ENEL Pavilion: Will Smart Energy Sharing Feed The Planet?

ENEL Pavilion: Will Smart Energy Sharing Feed The Planet?

ENEL Pavilion, by Piuarch, in EXPO 2015, Milan, Italy. Can you imagine a forest composed not only of green trees but also of LED-illuminated vectors? Wouldn’t that be splendid? What if such a forest exists? Who wouldn’t wish to go there and be absorbed in the fascination of that daring design combination? To witness the encounter between natural and artificial? Although this collision may seem to have a dramatic and frightful...

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