The tubes create a wonderful cave-like design, allowing the office visitor to experience a feeling of being connected with the environment. It’s stylish and eco-friendly.
A group of architecture students from the University of New South Wales constructed a temporary pavilion out of recycled cardboard tubes in front of the Sydney Customs House. The pavilion was one of several temporary structures constructed by architecture student groups from Australian universities as part of the CH4 Student Design Competition during the Sydney Architecture Festival. UNSW’s Built Environment team was given 2,000 tubes from a company that manufacturers carpet. The goal for the competition was to make use of recycled materials and educate festival visitors on sustainability.
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