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Pallets home to DIY pop up city "Hexa Structures". This construction system is cheap and produces zero waste and installs the possibility of adaptation and co-creation of a design on site due to its modular nature.

En el mes de agosto se dio a conocer los proyectos elegidos por ArchDaily entre los mejores proyectos universitarios construidos del mundo. De esta...

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Representing the current state-of-affairs of a prototyping culture, modular structure realised by BC Studies and Michael Lefeber can be used for different functions: from exhibition space to urban camping dormitory.

Compressed earth blocks can be made with a manual or a powered machine.

Building Earthen Homes Using the Original DIY Material - Green Homes

Adobe, cob, compressed earth blocks and clay-straw building methods are labor-intensive but tremendously rewarding.

Dutch firm invents folding hotel which can be packed up in 10 minutes

Dutch firm invents folding hotel which can be packed up in 10 minutes

Dutch firm invents portable hotel, Flexotel, complete with bathroom.

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‘Fold Flay Shelter’ by Adrian Lippmann

German designer Adrian Lippmann has created this Fold Flat Shelter. These tent like structures are unsupported mini-houses made of light composite panels to be used as disaster relief shelters.

Temporary Pallet Hexa Structures

Michael Lefeber and BC Studies has recently created some impressively fun temporary structures made from completely reused and reusable materials.

Modelo de sitemas de tijeras rectas exentricas en una direccion, con sistema retractil para la tela o membrana

Modelo de sitemas de tijeras rectas exentricas en una direccion, con sistema retractil para la tela o membrana

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Jellyfish Theatre is a New Form of Junkitechture

Hexa Structures... very unusual. They system is "cheap and produces zero waste, and installs the possibility of adaptation and co-creation of a design on site, due to its modular nature. It can thus provide infrastructure for different functions: an event stage, an exhibition space, an urban bar, a public space reappropriation tool, an urban camping dormitory, and many more."

Representing the current state-of-affairs of a prototyping culture, modular structure realised by BC Studies and Michael Lefeber can be used for different functions: from exhibition space to urban camping dormitory.

camping notion for meals

Representing the current state-of-affairs of a prototyping culture, modular structure realised by BC Studies and Michael Lefeber can be used for different functions: from exhibition space to urban camping dormitory.

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