Kitchen Sinks Building

Reclaimed kitchen sinks serve as the pavilion’s principle facade elements, which are held together with scaffolding, wire and waterproof multiplex boards. The airy structure is open on top to the sky and doesn’t feature any specific amenities inside, which makes it more of a community gathering place than a shelter. The building can also collect rainwater in a tank to water the nearby collective garden.

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++ via Inhabitat

++ Photos courtesy of Recycloop

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lorena
lorena

geniale !
anche il blog carino, molte sezioni, sempre piu’ arte recycle !!!!

sara

Kelly Adams Keller via Facebook
Kelly Adams Keller via Facebook

I think i would try to grow something in all of those niches!

Grzegorz Zacharewicz

I sink its very cool

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