Shigeru Ban leva o Pritzker em 2014 - Arcoweb

Shigeru Ban leva o Pritzker de 2014

The Nine Bridges Country Club-Clubhouse is a facility that serves a golf course. It has an underground level and three floors above grade. There is a main building, VIP lobby building, and a structure with private suites.

Meet the extraordinary man who has been called "the architect of the people" and the first man to use paper as a building structure material, Shigeru Ban. He is the founder of Voluntary Architects' Network (VAN). He built refugee homes in Rwanda and evacuation homes in Japan and China and also helped built churches and schools to aid victims of natural disasters. "Paper buildings cannot be destroyed by earthquakes." Shigeru Ban

Newly Released Photos of Shigeru Ban's Cardboard Cathedral in New Zealand

Paper Architecture Shigeru Ban

Miyake Design Studio Gallery / Shigeru Ban The building’s plan, a by rectangle, is based upon the Grecian agora - a space created simply by columns and shade. The outer row of paper tubes.

Aspen Art Museum | Architects: Shigeru Ban Architects | Location: 637 East Hyman Avenue, Aspen, CO 81611, USA | Photographs: Michael Moran / OTTO, Derek Skalko

Gallery of Aspen Art Museum / Shigeru Ban Architects - 1

Aspen Art Museum (Aspen, CO) Shigeru Ban Architects. Image © Michael Moran/OTTO Wood Design and Building Magazine has announced the winners of its

Prototype of cardboard cathedral currently being constructed in New Zealand | Courtesy of Shigeru Ban Architects

Shigeru Ban's Cardboard Cathedral Underway in New Zealand

archimodels: “© shigeru ban - cardboard cathedral - christchurch, new zealand - 2013 The Japanese architect Shigeru Ban received PRITZKER PRIZE ”

Naked House in Saitama by Shigeru Ban 05

The Naked House, located in Kawagoe, Japan designed by the japanese architect Shigeru Ban provides shelter for a family with five members, including two children and the owner's elderly mother.

Shigeru Ban, architect, japan  © Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography

Gallery of IE Paper Pavilion / Shigeru Ban Architects - 19

Shigeru Ban, architect, japan © Photo by Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography