Rana Talithashani

Rana Talithashani

Rana Talithashani
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Architecture students' Dunescape-inspired design-build project transforms Iowa State University College of Design atrium | Photo by Christopher Gannon/Iowa State University | Archinect

Architecture students' Dunescape-inspired design-build project transforms Iowa State University College of Design atrium | Photo by Christopher Gannon/Iowa State University | Archinect

venice architecture biennale: slovenian pavilion

venice architecture biennale: slovenian pavilion

sou fujimoto creates a stacked rental space tower for house vision tokyo

sou fujimoto creates a stacked rental space tower for house vision tokyo

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Tiny Wooden House

Tiny Wooden House

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Final Wooden House by Sou Fujimoto Architects

Final Wooden House by Sou Fujimoto Architects

sou fujimoto creates a stacked rental space tower for house vision tokyo

sou fujimoto creates a stacked rental space tower for house vision tokyo

Thousand Line Construction : Hamish Macpherson A spatial exploration into the interplay of materials, construction techniques, and delicate and precise design. Inspired by Hanakago

Thousand Line Construction : Hamish Macpherson A spatial exploration into the interplay of materials, construction techniques, and delicate and precise design. Inspired by Hanakago

Folding Bamboo Houses by Ming Tang\ on TreeHugger | [...] temporary shelter for the homeless people is a kinetic structure that exhibits characteristics of umbrella and folded fans, with the potential of arranging themselves into various contexts and dwelling requirements. We named it as Bamboo + paper House, a self reconstructive structure for instant installations, which, according to the changing internal requirements and site topography, can produce potentially infinite scenarios."

Folding Bamboo Houses by Ming Tang\ on TreeHugger | [...] temporary shelter for the homeless people is a kinetic structure that exhibits characteristics of umbrella and folded fans, with the potential of arranging themselves into various contexts and dwelling requirements. We named it as Bamboo + paper House, a self reconstructive structure for instant installations, which, according to the changing internal requirements and site topography, can produce potentially infinite scenarios."