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Pallets 3.0 : remodeled, reused, recycled : architecture + design

Author: Chris van Uffelen
Publisher: Salenstein : Braun Publishing AG, 2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st editionView all editions and formats
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"Pallets are a universal symbol of the globalized world. The properties of this transport platform--standardization, stability, simplicity and internationality--are carried over into the work of architects and designers who use pallets as the material for their own creations. This book shows the variety of possibilities that can emerge from the creative interaction with an inconspicuous everyday article. The aspects  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chris van Uffelen
ISBN: 9783037682111 3037682116
OCLC Number: 969358474
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 304 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 18 x 27 cm
Contents: Glyfada Pallet Office / KLab architects --
Kilter light / Propellor Design --
Palette with flap shutters / Hiroki Tominaga- Atelier --
Himmelbeet / Raumstar* architekten --
Brothers in benches / r1. in collaboration with Sam Sithole --
Niehl / Paletta --
The Fish Shack / Box Interior Design --
Tabernacle series / Sascha Akkermann --
Treeline stage / Diversion Design-Build Studio, School of Architecture, Portland State University --
Le Laatste Kruimel / Martin Peterse --
Coffee tables & stool / Gas&Air Studios --
Slumtube / SchnetzerPils --
Sala VIP Lounge / Teresa Sapey Estudio --
The pallet project / Studiomama --
Pallethouse / SchnetzerPils --
On wheels & hairpin / Gas&Air Studios --
Cool Paris / Carlo Ratti Associati --
Trade fair stand: ready / Tobias Bochmann (SOMAA) & Katja Knaus (Yonder) --
Pallet pendant shade / FactoryTwentyOne --
Pallets loft / q-bic --
Pallet Bench Riccardo / Michele Baldassare --
Caban Tomorrowland Hayama / David Guarino + a Zillion ideas --
Pallet couch / Piero Ceratti Architect --
Pop-up store / Normann Copenhagen --
Solar Pavilion / Talkner --
Series 45 / Daniel Becker Design Studio --
Penka Coffee Bar / Eugene Meshcheruk architecture & design --
Rotunda of revelries / FOURKS, a collaboration between Nick Lyons and NOA Architects --
Hamburg / Paletta --
Pixel palace / Refunc --
Stools & tables / Sascha Akkermann --
Look (C)up / B.A.G. --
Melbourne Arts Clue gallery & studio / Aaron Hughes --
Pallet furniture / Pierre Vedel --
The changing face of pallets: an essay about pallets in design and architecture --
Urban coffee farm / Hassell --
Viennese guest room / heri&salli --
Pallet lamp / Group Design --
Pop-up office / Dubbeldam Architecture + Design --
Eco coffee table / Studio Levant --
Desert observatory / S-AR --
Chaise-Let / Studiomuda --
Newman / Refunc --
Pallet / Tomáš Moravec --
Infiniski Manifesto House / James and Mau --
Dubfast Amphitheatre / Seán Harrington Architects --
Coburger Designtage / Coburger Designforum Oberfranken --
Pallet Pavilion / Camia Young, Studio Okan, Gap Filler Trust --
Shanghai / Paletta --
Caban Tomorrowland Kyoto / David Guarino + a Zillion ideas --
Parasite series / Sascha Akkermann --
Dishoom Chowpatty Beach / Tanya Clark (Kit and Caboodle) --
Learning cube / University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning Design-Build students --
Pallet tree / Studiomuda --
Tower of Babel / TImothy Leung, Sergio Ramirez & Brandin Roat --
Planter pots / Reclaim Design --
The pallet dome / Students from the Department of Landscape Architecture at Mississippi State University --
Pallets Pavilion / Arroyo Solís Agraz --
Industry beans / Figureground Architecture --
Fortët III / Philippe Allard & Justin Duchesneau --
Whitehorse / University of Utah DesignBuildBLUFF --
Pallet garden / bsq Landscape Architects --
Hemispherical desk / Jonatan Buus --
Fiesta del Vino Wine Bar / mode:lina architekci --
The pallet arch / Students from the Department of Landscape Architecture at Mississippi State University --
2 pallet set / Studiomuda --
The reading nest / Mark Reigelman.
Other Titles: Remodeled, reused, recycled :
Responsibility: Chris van Uffelen.

Abstract:

"Pallets are a universal symbol of the globalized world. The properties of this transport platform--standardization, stability, simplicity and internationality--are carried over into the work of architects and designers who use pallets as the material for their own creations. This book shows the variety of possibilities that can emerge from the creative interaction with an inconspicuous everyday article. The aspects of their simple design can be expressed by stacking pallets or contradicted in fragile structures. All around the world furniture items and interior design systems are created along with entire buildings based on the predetermined proportions of pallets. Sometimes the mass product is also demolished and only used in parts: for example, when bisected pallets serve as sideboards or individual boards are recycled as facade cladding." --
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