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Baxel Pavillion: A Beer Crate Structure

Does Eco-friendly architecture design becoming a trend or designers are really into saving the environment? More and more designers and student designers are now into eco-friendly design and this include the students from the University of Applied Science in Detmold, Germany who had just recently designed the Boxel pavilion. This hailed as eco-friendly pavilion is made out of 2,000 beer crates. As part of the students’ course, they are required to develop structures from computer modeling to construction; the Boxel Pavilion is made that resulted into being the coolest music venue in the campus. You might wonder why this structure is hailed eco-friendly, it is because, the beer crates are recycled old beer crates donated by a local brewery.

Boxel Pavilion

Boxel Pavilion

Boxel Pavilion

Boxel Pavilion

Boxel Pavilion

Via: Inhabitat


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