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Parasitic Architecture: 15 Precariously Perched Structures

"Michael Rakowitz creates inflatable ‘paraSITE shelters’ for the homeless, often specifically designed to suit individual needs.

Dentro y fuera

Relax and play! [Oase No. 7 by the group Haus-Rucker-Co, which was created for Documenta 5 in Kassel, Germany. An inflatable structure emerged from the façade of an existing building creating a space for relaxation and play]

Restless Sphere - Coop Himmelb(l)au, Basel, Switzerland

Restless Sphere_a demonstration showing the possibilities of pneumatc constrction_COOPHIMMELB(L)AU

aqqindex:    Ettore Sottsass, Photograph, India, 1977

An entry from pretty begonia

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This contribution was produced to the Documenta 5 in Kassel: a transparent sphere with a diameter of 8 metres was placed in front of the main facade of the Friedericianum.

Jersey Devil and Ant Farm

145-Foot Inflatable Dome to Rise in Nation’s Hot Air Capital, D.C.

La Muralla Roja by Ricardo Bofill on Nuji.com #murallaroja #ricardobofill #architecture

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KAGADATO | RUSLAN KAHNOVICH selection. The best in the world. Installation. **************************************Haus Rucker - Ballon für Zwei - 1967

Inner World / Innen Welt: The Projects of Haus-Rucker-Co., 23 June – 1 September 2012 at WORK oh that’s really gay.

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socks-studio: “ Haus Rucker co. Palmtree Island (Oasis) Project, New York, New York Perspective. Cut-and-pasted printed paper with gouache and graphite and cut-and-pasted painted paper on silver.

Mind Expander, 1967  Haus-Rucker-Co. Wouldn't a book be much more effective??

Haus- Rucker-Co, Mind Expander, 1967 Haus- Rucker-Co's experiment brought new perspectives on the fusion/separation between the body and the space.