The Centre Pompidou-Metz. By Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines.

The Centre Pompidou-Metz in Metz, France. Hexagonal wood-and-fiberglass structure by architects Jean de Gastines & Shigeru Ban

Paper Tea House by Shigeru Ban.    "A tea house made out of paper and cardboard, designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, is to be auctioned in London tomorrow."

Paper Tea House by Shigeru Ban

A tea house made out of paper and cardboard, designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, is to be auctioned in London tomorrow. The Paper Tea House is part of an sale of Japanese art and design being held by auctioneer Phillips de Pury

Artek Pavilion by Shigeru Ban.

Artek Pavilion by Shigeru Ban

Artek Pavilion in the Trienalle Park in Milan, designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban

Shigeru Ban via Nikolas Koenig.

Introducing the OTTO Collection, featuring the work of preeminent architects and designers from around the world as captured by master contemporary photographers.

Passive solar design meets pointillist pincushion in this stunning porcupine-inspired office recently cleared for construction in Prestons, England. Designed by UK-based Moxon Architects, the building features a bristling brise-soleil composed of andonized aluminum fins suspended from tensile rods. This striking facade acts as a rain screen while filtering sunlight and contributing to the building’s energy-efficient profile.

Prickly Porcupine Office Cleared for Construction

Passive solar design meets pointillist pincushion in this stunning porcupine-inspired office recently cleared for construction in Prestons, England. Designed by UK-based Moxon Architects, the building

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