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PIPE pavilion is made from over one thousand recycled cardboard tubes

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by farnazfattahi last modified Jan 04, 2016

Farnaz Fattahi led a group of 28 Khayam University architecture students in the construction of the PIPE pavilion, an undulating sculpture made from 1,014 recycled cardboard tubes. As an exercise in upcycling, the project promotes the idea of minimizing waste and pollutants through creative reuse. The temporary pavilion measures 2.9 meters in height with a width of 6 meters. The undulating shape symbolizes the “detachment of industry from nature” and corresponds to the perceived decrease...




 

 

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Farnaz Fattahi led a group of 28 Khayam University architecture students in the construction of the PIPE pavilion, an undulating sculpture made from 1,014 recycled cardboard tubes. As an exercise in upcycling, the project promotes the idea of minimizing waste and pollutants through creative reuse. The temporary pavilion measures 2.9 meters in height with a width of 6 meters.

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