Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
Performers' House façade is made of raw Corten steel.
Тemporary eco-pavilion for the XVI Chilean Architecture Biennial
Assadi + Pulido
Encased in a reusable woven aluminum material custom-made by Hunter Douglas
(material that can be recycled, but given that the amount of energy required for the process is so high, it´s better for the environment to discard it.)
structured by scaffoldings
Read more: The Stunning Assadi + Pulido Eco-Pavilion | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World
Nazarí Wall Intervention
by Antonio Jiménez Torrecillas
perforated double wall.
architect Thom Faulders
With an air gap of 15cm in-between, the 3mm-thick curtain-like coverings of laser-cut aluminium and plastic composite
"cité internationale" of Lyon. The architect is Renzo Piano
Porous Masonry Walls
Martha und Daniel Gantenbein Winery in Fläsch, Switzerland
by Bearth & Deplazes Architekten.
The architects worked with Gramazio & Kohler on the facade, a double-skin of brick with polycarbonate panels on the interior. As they describe: "[a] robotic production method ... developed at the ETH [Zurich] enabled us to lay each one of the 20,000 bricks precisely according to programmed parameters—at the desired angle and at the exact prescribed intervals." Therefore a supergraphic composed of overlapped "grapes" could be created in brick in precast panels without the expense of numerous mock-ups or traditional masons.