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How Pop-Up Architecture is Changing Our Relationship to the Built Environment, From Brooklyn's DeKalb Market to Oakland's Popuphood | Artinfo

How Pop-Up Architecture is Changing Our Relationship to the Built Environment, From Brooklyn's DeKalb Market to Oakland's Popuphood | Artinfo | Up - POPS | Scoop.it

How Pop-Up Architecture is Changing Our Relationship to the Built Environment, From Brooklyn's DeKalb Market to Oakland's Popuphood (RT @mannytmoto: How Pop-Up Architecture is Changing Our Relationship to the Built Environment http://t.co/GM5T7rsy...)...

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The power of pop-up architecture - Globe and Mail

The power of pop-up architecture - Globe and Mail | Up - POPS | Scoop.it

Globe and MailThe power of pop-up architectureGlobe and MailPop-up architecture is the entertainment of today and the urban destination of tomorrow. It's light, lyrical and cheap to construct. Permanent, masonry-heavy ...

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Temporary architecture in London: taking ‘pop-up’ to Olympic levels

Temporary architecture in London: taking ‘pop-up’ to Olympic levels | Up - POPS | Scoop.it
This year, the Olympics seem to be the lab of super-sized pop-up buildings.

Numerous athletic venues at the London 2012 Olympic Games were designed to be impermanent.


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Pop-up stars: temporary contemporary architecture

Pop-up stars: temporary contemporary architecture | Up - POPS | Scoop.it
From huge temporary stadia to tiny transitory event spaces, pop-up architecture fulfils many roles and comes in many guises.

In some cases the very latest technologies are used to engineer complex structures, while in others a readymade approach using scavenged materials is more appropriate. Several noteworthy examples include semi-permanent structures, container architecture and event pavilions.

 

This article examines some key pop-up projects that are designed to make the most of their short lifespans...


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