Paper Architecture

Wednesday, November 02, 2005


Paper architecture, architectural works that is not built that stays in paper; idealistic manifestoes, utopian in architecture who suggest possibilities towards architecture. More to read.
Paper architecture by
Shigeru Ban, Japanese well known architect who uses paper to form architecture. Paper is recyclable and environmental friendly. A 75 metre long barrel structure made of giant cardboard tubes covered in waterproof paper are simply amazing for the Japanese pavilion at Expo2000.

I once witnessed a japanese artist forming sculpture through using paper as media to study and generate ideas, claiming to be paper sculpture. Can I claim my work - paper architecture?

The uploaded picture is one of the sketchy paper models my previous project involved.

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