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Pallet House by students of Prof. Matthias Loebermann - Oberstdorf, Germany, 2005. | Junkitechture

intended as a temporary meeting place, this pavilion designed from Matthias Loebermann is built of shipping pallets, ground anchors, and tie rods. the structure can be easily assembled and dismantled, and then entirely recycled via

SoloRebels Shoe Store | Barcelona

Gallery - Recycle step by step / Dom Arquitectura + Asa Studio - 6

Story Tower | Latvia RTU | International Summer School | junkitechture

Story Tower | Latvia RTU | International Summer School | junkitechture

Geri dönüştürerek Pavilion | junkitechture

Image 2 of 12 from gallery of Upcycling Pavilion / BNKR Arquitectura. Photograph by Sebastián Suárez

DRAGON SKIN PAVILION | Arquitectura Basura

Dragon Skin Pavilion, Hong Kong, 2012 - EDGE Laboratory for Architectural and Urban Research, Laboratory for Explorative Architecture & Design Ltd.

Ciudad Emergente | Plaza de Reciclaje | junkitechture

Ciudad Emergente | Plaza de Reciclaje | junkitechture

The ,, Pallet House’’ by students of Prof. Matthias Loebermann is a temporary pavillon in 2005 | Junkitechture

[Image: The Palettenpavillon by Matthias Loebermann, photographed/copyright by Mila Hacke, Berlin].The Palettenpavillon by Matthias Loebermann is a structure made entirely from shipping pallets, gr…

The Major Construction with Recycled Material of the World – Pavilion of Tetrabriks | CUAC Arquitectura + Sugarplatform   © Javier Callejas Sevilla

Image 7 of 16 from gallery of Pavilion of Tetrabriks / CUAC Arquitectura + Sugarplatform. Photograph by Javier Callejas Sevilla

HAKA RECYCLE OFFICE | DOEPEL STRIJKERS  | Junkitechture  @ RALPH KÄMENA

The HAKA building, Merwe Vierhavens, Rotterdam was designated by Doepel Strijkers Architects as a campus for clean-tech activity, a “Living Lab” for companies, institutions and authorities in the field of water and energy innovation.

INFOMAB10 PAVILION | kawamura-ganjavian | junkitechture.com

Recycling a pre-built glass-fiber reinforced polyester water tank, Madrid based Kawamura Ganjavian Studio has devised a mobile pavilion that drills 100 circular holes to harness natural light during the day and glow from the outside like a.

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