Pallets 3.0: Remodeled, Reused, Recycled: Architecture + Design (Hardcover)

Pallets 3.0: Remodeled, Reused, Recycled: Architecture + Design By Chris Van Uffelen Cover Image
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If not used for shipping they are anything but boring. 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 fa ade cladding.
Product Details
ISBN: 9783037682111
ISBN-10: 3037682116
Publisher: Braun Publishing
Publication Date: January 5th, 2016
Pages: 304
Language: English