Archiv des Schlagworts: urban architecture

  • Homeless Homes Project

    A few years ago, Californian artist Greg Kloehn built a tiny home out of the same materials he saw the homeless people in his neighborhood scavenging. This has resulted in a project called Homeless Homes Project, which features mobile shelters ... Weiter →

  • Turbine Shed

    Closed to the public for more than one hundred years, Sydney's Cockatoo Island is now a cultural landscape of national significance by virtue of its location, manipulated landform, collection of buildings, works and potential archaeological resources from a significant period ... Weiter →

  • Empire Drive-In

    Part film screening, part art installation and part urban exploration - Empire Drive-In is possibly the world's first no-drive drive-in movie theater. Artists Jeff Stark and Todd Chandler have created a fantastic cinematic experience using junked cars and salvaged materials. ... Weiter →

  • FOUNDation Projects

    Rikkert Paauw, Jet van Zwieten and Hein Lagerweij of FOUNDation Projects transform for some time now ordinary dumpsters into a unique space – with items they recover from dumpsters. In their hometown Utrecht a fantastic series of dumpsterhouses were constructed ... Weiter →

  • Tinshed

    How one can make a great architecture out of corrugated metal. The project of Australian architect Raffaello Rosselli was to re-purpose an existing tin shed at the rear of a residential lot, in the inner-city suburb of Redfern, Sydney. As ... Weiter →

  • Head in the Clouds

    At the beginning of this year, Brooklyn-based Studio KCA successfully funded a project to create Head in the clouds, a pavilion built using recycled plastic bottles and milk jugs. Over the course of several months the architects collected used bottles ... Weiter →

  • The Exbury Egg

    This floating egg lying on a small river flowing south through the New Forest in the county of Hampshire is a self-sustaining, energy efficient workspace where British artist Stephen Turner lives for a full year. »The Exbury Egg«, which was ... Weiter →

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