Henrique Oliveira - Baitogogo / 2013 / Palais de Tokyo, Paris - France, plywood and tree brunchs / 6,74 x 11,79 x 20,76m / photo: Andre Morin

Recently installed at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, this gigantic Gordian Knot of architectural columns was constructed by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira who is known for his near complete organic transformations of interior and exterior spaces

Part to Whole by HG Architecture | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design: Temporary Timber Structures

Gallery of Orizzontale Activates the Street with Wooden Intervention in the Azores Islands - 3

Gallery of Orizzontale Activates the Street with Wooden Intervention in the Azores Islands - 3

Orizzontale Activates the Street with Wooden Intervention in the Azores Islands,© Sara Pinheiro

Temporary Museum (Lake) by Studio Anne Holtrop | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design: Temporary Timber Structures

archatlas: Temporary Museum (Lake) Studio Anne Holtrop “The drawings that were used to make the Temporary Museum (Lake) were made by chance.

Vessel by O'Donnell + Tuomey at Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design: Temporary Timber Structures

Temporary Museum (Lake) by Studio Anne Holtrop | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design: Temporary Timber Structures

Black Maria Auditorium by GRUPPE | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design: Temporary Timber Structures

Black Maria Temporary Performance Pavilion by GRUPPE // London. Image courtesy of RCA. Image courtesy of RC

Research Pavilion by ICD ITKE | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design: Temporary Timber Structures

Building the Future: The University of Stuttgart’s Stunning Research Pavilions - Architizer

Research Pavilion by ICD ITKE | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design: Temporary Timber Structures

Research Pavilion by ICD ITKE | Yellowtrace

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