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Adam Kalkin Unveils Pirate Radio Tower Made From a Recycled Shipping Container!

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by Lori Zimmer last modified Jul 18, 2011

We’ve counted Adam Kalkin’s incredible shipping container renovations as some of our favorite projects over the past few years, and the artist/architect just unveiled his latest work – a pop-up pirate radio tower designed for the Mis-Design exhibition in Australia. The brightly painted tower turns a shipping container on its end, and it will stand [...]




 

 

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We’ve counted Adam Kalkin’s incredible shipping container renovations as some of our favorite projects over the past few years, and the artist/architect just unveiled his latest work – a pop-up pirate radio tower designed for the Mis-Design exhibition in Australia. The brightly painted tower turns a shipping container on its end, and it will stand at the entrance to the exhibition, which is hosted conjunction with the Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne University, and State of Design Festival.

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