Where to find new space for building in the over-occupied centers of world leading cities? Artist Mark Reigelman has designed a great neo-romantic parasite shelter that’s attached to the side of the Hotel des Arts in San Francisco. The project ‘Manifest Destiny!’ is a temporary rustic cabin that occupies one of the last remaining unclaimed…
Kubik is a temporary light-room-installation created to inspirit unused urban space with an arrangement of water tanks, light shows and electronic beats. Stacked up tank-walls illuminated in different colours are composed to a piece of stunning architecture, which interacts with the beats of minimal electronic music.
Eindhoven-based design firm EDHV initiated the Phantom Project, addressing the issues of street safety during night time. For LEV magazine they created a series of visuals by projecting images in back alleys during the night.
With plenty of experience in manufacturing prefab design, IKEA has launched a modular refugee shelter that can be set up in only four hours at any place in the world. The light-weight construction comprises of a steel frame with insulated light-weight polymer panels and comes flat-packed in a cardboard box, like all IKEA furniture. The panels, pipes, connectors and wires can be assembled pretty easily thanks to a classic IKEA manual.