Smart Pavilion, Naples, Sixth World Urban Forum | Paolo Cascone / COdesignLab | Archinect

Smart Pavilion, Naples, Sixth World Urban Forum | Paolo Cascone / COdesignLab | Archinect

A Study: Shigeru Ban's Japanese Pavilion - Allison Rozwat

A Study: Shigeru Ban's Japanese Pavilion - Allison Rozwat

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

Gallery of IE Paper Pavilion / Shigeru Ban Architects - 2

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

close-up of a study for the 'nine bridges golf club' columns   image courtesy art tower mito and blumer-lehmann AG

close-up of a study for the 'nine bridges golf club' columns image courtesy art tower mito and blumer-lehmann AG

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

Paper Tower by Shigeru Ban

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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Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club House - Korea, 2010, by Shigeru Ban architects. Detail - tree-like timber columns 3 stories high.

Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club House - Korea, 2010, by Shigeru Ban architects. Detail - tree-like timber columns 3 stories high.

Prêmio Pritzker de Arquitetura para o japonês Shigeru Ban

Prêmio Pritzker de Arquitetura para o japonês Shigeru Ban

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