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Fog Sculpture, by Fujiko Nakaya engulfing the pavilion. Photo by Fujiko Nakaya, courtesy E.A.T

Fog Sculpture, by Fujiko Nakaya engulfing the pavilion. Photo by Fujiko Nakaya, courtesy E.A.T

Story Telling Pavilion Brief

Story Telling Pavilion Brief

End of year inflatable story telling pavilion in Deptford. Architecture students from Unit A, Oxford Brookes University. Tutors: Thomas Randall-Page + Theo Molloy.

End of year inflatable story telling pavilion in Deptford. Architecture students from Unit A, Oxford Brookes University. Tutors: Thomas Randall-Page + Theo Molloy.

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Students create Night Train party pavilion for post-industrial brewery in Latvia

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Made from cast away household material from fridges, windows, furniture, doors or whatever the installation results in a stormy, absurdest habitation.

Raumlabor's 'Big Crunch' is an Incredible Building Made from Discarded Materials

Made from cast away household material from fridges, windows, furniture, doors or whatever the installation results in a stormy, absurdest habitation.

Silk Pavillion — an architectural experiment constructed at MIT, was “3-D printed” using 6,500 live silkworms.

A Mind-Blowing Dome Made by 6,500 Computer-Guided Silkworms

Silk Pavillion — an architectural experiment constructed at MIT, was “3-D printed” using 6,500 live silkworms.

A 50-square-meter cube-like form, was constructed from layers of old windows, and the ceiling was created using re-purposed doors in Trondheim, Norway.

Incredible Norway Showroom Built From Re-Used Doors and Windows

A 50-square-meter cube-like form, was constructed from layers of old windows, and the ceiling was created using re-purposed doors in Trondheim, Norway.

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