Centre Pompidou-Metz mission - Shigeru Ban

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as part of réinventer paris, japanese architect shigeru ban submitted a proposed design for an area of land in paris’ 4th arrondissement.

as part of réinventer paris, japanese architect shigeru ban submitted a proposed design for an area of land in paris’ 4th arrondissement.

Inside The Cardboard Chapel That Replaced An Earthquake-Ruined New Zealand Church | Gizmodo Australia

El arquitecto japonés Shigeru Ban (Tokio, fue reconocido con el Premio Pritzker el que le fue otorgado por sus proyectos innovadores y elegantes

Shigeru Ban leva o Pritzker em 2014 - Arcoweb

Shigeru Ban leva o Pritzker de 2014

Club de Campo Nueve Puentes,© Hiroyuki Hirai

Galería de Club de Campo Nueve Puentes / Shigeru Ban Architects - 2

Imagen 245 de 251 de la galería de 50 Detalles constructivos de arquitectura en madera. Fotografía de Hiroyuki Hirai

Museo de Arte Aspen · Shigeru Ban

Museo de Arte Aspen / Shigeru Ban Architects

Construido en 2014 en Aspen, Estados Unidos. Imagenes por Derek Skalko, Michael Moran / OTTO. Ubicado en la esquina de South Spring Street y East Hyman Avenue en el centro de la ciudad de Aspen, el nuevo AAM es el primer museo permanente de...

Meet the extraordinary man who has been called "the architect of the people" and the first man to use paper as a building structure material, Shigeru Ban. He is the founder of Voluntary Architects' Network (VAN). He built refugee homes in Rwanda and evacuation homes in Japan and China and also helped built churches and schools to aid victims of natural disasters. "Paper buildings cannot be destroyed by earthquakes." Shigeru Ban http://www.thextraordinary.org/shigeru-ban

Newly Released Photos of Shigeru Ban's Cardboard Cathedral in New Zealand

Meet the extraordinary man who has been called "the architect of the people" and the first man to use paper as a building structure material, Shigeru Ban. He is the founder of Voluntary Architects' Network (VAN). He built refugee homes in Rwanda and evacuation homes in Japan and China and also helped built churches and schools to aid victims of natural disasters. "Paper buildings cannot be destroyed by earthquakes." Shigeru Ban http://www.thextraordinary.org/shigeru-ban

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