Skiers Take Break in Pavilion Built of Reycled Pallets


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Pallets are cheap and ubiquitous, with over two billion in circulation around the world. Architects and designers have been having their way with them, building theaters, refugee housing , art and architecture.

Matthias Loebermann and Partner built this pavilion for the World Ski Championships in 2005 with architecture students from the University of Biberach.
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It is built from 1300 pallets and 20 tie rods to hold it together.


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More at the Architects Website via Archicentral

More Piles of Pallets:

Pallet-House: Modular Refugee Housing
Theater Made From Recycled Pallets by Oudendijk and Korbes
Recycling Pallets into Art and Architecture

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