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The brainchild of Japanese artist and designer Hidemi Mishida, Fragile Shelter explores the relationship of humans with nature and with each other. It is a simple timber and plastic structure, devoid of furniture—an extemporaneous gathering place, located deep in the winter woods in Sapporo, Japan.

The brainchild of Japanese artist and designer Hidemi Mishida, Fragile Shelter explores the relationship of humans with nature and with each other. It is a simple timber and plastic structure, devoid of furniture—an extemporaneous gathering place, located deep in the winter woods in Sapporo, Japan.

Students of Ball State Construct Parametric Tensegrity Structure for Local Art Fair

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Students of Ball State Construct Parametric Tensegrity Structure for Local Art Fair

Serpentine Pavilion 2015, London, 2015 - Selgascano Arquitectos #serpentine #gallery #uk #london

Serpentine Pavilion 2015, London, 2015 - Selgascano Arquitectos #serpentine #gallery #uk #london

Inflatable cubes.. I can see a handful of people, including myself tripping over the strings! I wonder if you could just hang them instead??

Inflatable cubes.. I can see a handful of people, including myself tripping over the strings! I wonder if you could just hang them instead??

The Swing Pavilion: Lombok International Bamboo Architectural Festival. Highly expressive bamboo pavilion that use traditional bamboo craftsmanship as a construction method. Its geometry is based on the “Enneper Surface”, a double-curved surface that originates in the fields of algebraic geometry. The double-curved surface operates as grid-shell that uses the bending properties of bamboo for its strength. http://www.l-e-a-d.pro/projects/swing-pavilion/3054#sthash.Aq2Jf5rk.dpuf

The Swing Pavilion: Lombok International Bamboo Architectural Festival. Highly expressive bamboo pavilion that use traditional bamboo craftsmanship as a construction method. Its geometry is based on the “Enneper Surface”, a double-curved surface that originates in the fields of algebraic geometry. The double-curved surface operates as grid-shell that uses the bending properties of bamboo for its strength. http://www.l-e-a-d.pro/projects/swing-pavilion/3054#sthash.Aq2Jf5rk.dpuf