Under the Baobab

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Tree made from recycled fabric. created by Pirate Technics for the Southbank Centre’s Festival of the World. Here their Flickr and you can watch a video with the construction process! via Inhabitat. Photos by cluttercup.

EcoARK Pavilion

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The Far Eastern Group sponsored the “EcoARK” movable Fashion Pavilion for the 2010 Taipei International Expo. Built with POLLI-BRICKS  (from plastic bottles) created by miniWIZ. “Turning Taiwan’s trash into a treasure. The EcoARK pavilion is hailed… Continue reading

habemus Facebook!

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You can now follow the website by facebook. 🙂 Hope you like it!

Oliver Schau

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Urban furniture built with yellow dranaige tubes by the Hamburger Student Oliver Schau. via Spiegel Online.

Bonheur Provisoire

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Recycled orange plastic beer crates. “The architectural challenge was the construction of a temporary pavilion to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the1958 Universal World Exhibition in Brussels. The space was dedicated to various film… Continue reading

Rio + 20

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Fisch sculptre constructed using discarded plastic bottles on Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Part of the  UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20). their Flickr. via Colossal

1 Liter of Light

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This is one of the project I like the most. One of the biggest challenges we have, is to be able to make a really big change using almost nothing. We just have… Continue reading

Sleeper Cells

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by Suzanne Husky. 2011, YBCA, San Francisco, USA. Recycled wood. Nice drawings, nice everything! via Inhabitat.

1000 Doors

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by the South Korean architect  Choi Jeong-Hwa.  This ‘skyscraper’ is in the center of the Korean capital Seoul. via popupcity.  

Temple of Trash

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by Salzig Design. For the International ideas competition „FollyDOCK“ Rotterdam, Heijplaat. 2nd place material award, finalist and realization. Exhibition in the NAI (Netherland Architecture Institute) Rotterdam, June 2006. Realization of the installation in Rotterdam, Heijplaat,… Continue reading

Second Hand

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Please watch this amazin animation made by Isaac King. “The term “second hand” refers to the ticking hand on a clock; it also describes re-used items. Would you rather save time? Or save… Continue reading

Waste Land

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“Filmed over nearly three years, WASTE LAND follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he journeys from his home base in Brooklyn to his native Brazil and the world’s largest garbage dump, Jardim Gramacho,… Continue reading

One Plastic Beach Video

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Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang have been collecting plastic debris off one beach in Northern California for over ten years. “The opposite of beauty, is indiference”. Here their blog and Website.  via Vimeo

Junk Castle

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MFA assemblage thesis from sculptor Victor Moore in 1970 and he spent just 500$. Here is his  book. Photos by David Patterson.

Tom Fruin

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Nice into garbage artist. Here is his Website!

Gravity-Defying Land Art

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by Cornelia Konrads. Public spaces instalations. Cool 360° View!. via Colossal

Recycline

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Now you know what to do with those plastic bottles. Nicely done! watch more pics in recycline.

Osian Batyka-Williams

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“I see potential in other people’s waste.” Get to know this cool artist. Watch this video! via noquedanblogs

Under the Water

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by  Tadashi Kawamata. Installation at the Kamel Mennour Gallery in Paris. Attempts to show visitors what it would be like to be submerged below a layer of wreckage after the tsunami in Japan. vía inhabitat.… Continue reading

(Pop) Culture

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Recycled plastic bottles. by Garth Britzman. via Colossal

Scrap House

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“In anticipation of World Environment Day 2005, we challenged a rockstar team of San Francisco architects, artists, contractors, city officials, and engineers to construct a house using only scrap and salvaged materials”. here the Website of… Continue reading

Conserving the City – Cans Pavilion

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Young Designers: Lihi, Roee, Galit. Biennale of Landscape Urbanism, Israel. Fotos from the Biennale website. Watch this cool video

Tubohotel – Tepoztlan

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t3arc. Mexico. Hotel Website. Photos by Luis Gordoa

Recycloop

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“The Recyclops temporarily unites two waste flows, sinks and water, in a shiny structure. Sinks, taken from a building that was going to be demolished, are the walls of multifunctional space. ” 2012Architecten.… Continue reading

Reclaiming Heritage – Chanco, Chile

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“Reclaiming Heritage Chanco was born as a collaborative initiative to promote the reconstruction of the destroyed areas after the earthquake of February 2010 in southern Chile, with the aim of contributing to the recovery of heritage… Continue reading

Reclaiming Heritage – Haiti

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Student’s project from the TU – Berlin and the PUC – Chile after the 2010 earthquake. “we will use those same materials, reclaiming foundations and re-using what is possible from existing walls as a major… Continue reading

Wikado – Rotterdam, Netherlands

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For the foundation “Kinderparadijs Meidoorn” 2012Architecten designed a new playground on their 1200m2 plot. Year 2009.  Recycled rotor blades. Flickr

Green School – Indonesia

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Location: Badung, Bali, Indonesia (South-East Asia) Architect: PT Bambu Client: Yayasan Kul Kul Completed: 2007 Design: 2006 Site size: 7’542 m² More info

Recycled Pallet Pavillion

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Firenze, 2012. by Avatar Architettura. 

Rolling Houses

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Notte Bianca, Piazza Santa Maria Novella- Firenze – Italy (2011)  by Avatar Architettura. Re – used wood.