Sustainable Pavilion Built In Brussels

Built for the 50th anniversary of the 1958 Universal World Exhibition, the Sustainable Pavilion of beer crates by Architects SHSH is a pavilion built temporarily in Brussels, Belgium. Made from recycled beer crates, this sustainable pavilion has columns, arches, and even domes. Through this eco-architecture, landfills of beer crates will surely be minimized dramatically. Built for the exhibition, the pavilion can be dismantled after the exhibition and the crate will be back on their use as beer crate leaving no waste at all, which is good for the environment. Built adjacent to the Atomum building, the beer crate pavilion is widely visible to cars and pedestrians.

Beer Crate Pavilion

Beer Crate Pavilion

Beer Crate Pavilion

Beer Crate Pavilion

Beer Crate Pavilion

Beer Crate Pavilion

Beer Crate Pavilion

Source: Architects SHSH via The Designblog


Advertisement



Posts in this website may contain affiliate links. If you purchase a product through an affiliate link, your cost will be the same but our site will automatically receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting us!




Leave a comment

Get our news delivered to your inbox:





Fashion_300x250

Our Recommended Partners



GoSun
Ecocentric

Advertise with us



Archives



Social Networks