Articles tagged Plywood

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An exhibition at Domotex 2019 traces the many lives of wood

Hannover – The Wood Lifecycle exhibition at Domotex 2019 will highlight the material's virtues and the trends and innovation surrounding it.

Impostor by les malcommodes. Photos Simon Parent
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Impostor by Les Malcommodes catches the tourist gaze

QUEBEC CITY – The picturesque Quebec City welcomes a splash of colour on its waterfront with the new installation by Les Malcommodes.

Arthur's Cave by Miller Kendrick. Photos courtesy of the architect
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The story of Miller Kendrick's micro-cabin is inspired by Welsh legend

WALES – A series of pop-up hotels has appeared in the Welsh countryside following a competition by Epic Retreats to celebrate 'The Welsh Year of Legends'.

What looks like weathering steel is film-facing plywood.
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Gisle Nataas’ OUTDOOR LAMP / STUDIO

NESODDEN – When confronted with one problem, Norwegian firm Nataas [arkitektur] decided to solve four.

The capsule is a flamboyant addition to its urban surrounding.
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Iris de Kievith's spaceship-like structure has a special mission

ROTTERDAM – Architect Iris de Kievith’s mobile pavilion might look like it’s going to fly away, but it gained a foothold in Rotterdam’s Feijenoord neighbourhood. 

The site-specific installation stands out amongst its neighbouring context thanks to its bright colour.
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Fontaine/Fortin/Labelle’s Petite Vie installation challenges public perception

QUEBEC – Awareness of space and how we make a judgment on the surface is the driving force behind a street installation for Quebec’s 2015 public art festival.

The project marked many students’ first experience with digital and parametric design.
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Reciprocal St-W by Nathan Melenbrink, Samo Pedersen and Shibu Raman

NINGBO – A studio at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo Campus, has designed and built a pavilion celebrating and displaying four years of academic work.

This contemporary house takes cues from traditional building methods to achieve a lifespan of 150 years.
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Brick House by Leth & Gori

COPENHAGEN – A house in Denmark takes cues from traditional building methods and details in order to reduce its carbon footprint.