lunes, 23 de marzo de 2015

Cellophane House| Kieran Timberlake Architects

The Cellophane House by Kieran Timberlake Architects is a great example of design for assembly and disassembly. The project was realized as a result of a competition together with the MoMA, where the full scale prototype was built. The use of aluminium frame makes the building lightweight, minimizing the embodied energy, but also it allows the pieces to be disassebled and reused, even before coming to the recycling phase. Partitions and floors are made of structural translucent plastic. 

Here there is a nice time lapse of the building process lasted 6 days:


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