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The Humanitarian Works of Shigeru Ban

Paper Log House -- Shigeru Ban (maisons rudimentaires fait de matériaux recyclés en carton et en bois)

El increíble puente construido a partir de papel

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SHIGERU BAN-Paper lo houses, Kobe Japon 1995- Transformation-Recyclage-Réutilisation- recyclage de matériaux du quotidien tel que le carton pour les transformer en logement provisoire suite au catastrophes naturelles

Maison en papier, 1995, Kobe - Japon

SHIGERU BAN-Paper lo houses, Kobe Japon Transformation-Recyclage-Réutilisation- recyclage de matériaux du quotidien tel que le carton pour les transformer en logement provisoire suite au catastrophes naturelles

Shigeru Ban --> Cardbord Cathedral

Shigeru Ban : Cardbord Cathedral

L’architecte Japonais Shigeru Ban succède à son compatriote Toyo Ito en remportant le Prix Pritzker


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Inside the Cardboard Chapel That Replaced an Earthquake-Ruined Church

Inside the Cardboard Chapel That Replaced an Earthquake-Ruined Church

L’architecte Japonais Shigeru Ban succède à son compatriote Toyo Ito en remportant le Prix Pritzker

Among Ban's best-known structures is the Japanese Pavilion, which was built for Expo 2000 in Hannover, Germany. The temporary structure, whi...

Japanese architect Shigeru Ban wins 2014 Pritzker Prize

Shigeru Ban est le lauréat du Prix Pritzker 2014 le Nobel de l'architecture. C'est ce qu'a annoncé le 24 mars Tom Pritzker président de la

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

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

2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner, Shigeru BAN, Japan: "I believe the strength of a material has nothing to do with the strength of a building. Even a paper tube structure can be made to withstand an earthquake that a concrete building cannot outlive."

2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner, Shigeru BAN, Japan: "I believe the strength of a material has nothing to do with the strength of a building. Even a paper tube structure can be made to withstand an earthquake that a concrete building cannot outlive."

Paper Temporary Studio, 2004, Paris, France, by Shigeru Ban (2014 Pritzker)

L’architecte japonais est le lauréat de l’édition 2014 du prix décerné par la Fondation Hyatt…

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