Articles on Plywood

Impostor by les malcommodes. Photos Simon Parent

Impostor by Les Malcommodes catches the tourist gaze

QUEBEC CITY – The picturesque Quebec City welcomes a splash of colour on its waterfront with the new installation by Les Malcommodes.

Skissernas Museum Extension by Elding Oscarson. Photos Åke E:son Lindman

Elding Oscarson builds rough yet refined museum extension

LUND – Elding Oscarson's museum extension employs Corten steel to create a distinctive contrast.

Arthur's Cave by Miller Kendrick. Photos courtesy of the architect

The story of Miller Kendrick's micro-cabin is inspired by Welsh legend

WALES – A series of pop-up hotels has appeared in the Welsh countryside following a competition by Epic Retreats to celebrate 'The Welsh Year of Legends'.

What looks like weathering steel is film-facing plywood.

Gisle Nataas creates and solves his own problems

NESODDEN – When confronted with one problem, Norwegian firm Nataas [arkitektur] decided to solve four.

The capsule is a flamboyant addition to its urban surrounding.

Iris de Kievith's spaceship-like structure has a special mission

ROTTERDAM – Architect Iris de Kievith's mobile pavilion might look like it’s going to fly away, but it gained a foothold in Rotterdam's Feijenoord neighbourhood. 

The site-specific installation stands out amongst its neighbouring context thanks to its bright colour.

Fontaine/Fortin/Labelle’s Petite Vie installation challenges public perception

QUEBEC CITY – Awareness of space and how we make a judgment on the surface is the driving force behind a street installation for Quebec’s 2015 public art festival.

The project marked many students’ first experience with digital and parametric design.

Reciprocal Frame by Nathan Melenbrink, Samo Pedersen and Shibu Raman

NINGBO – A studio at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo Campus, has designed and built a pavilion celebrating and displaying four years of academic work.

This contemporary house takes cues from traditional building methods to achieve a lifespan of 150 years.

Brick House by Leth & Gori

COPENHAGEN – A house in Denmark takes cues from traditional building methods and details in order to reduce its carbon footprint.