Temporary Outdoor Structures Built Entirely from Reclaimed Materials

BC studies and Michael Lefeber have designed “Hexa Structures”, a series of modular honeycomb structures which can be read as a metaphor for accommodating “busy bees” traveling out and coming back again. Hexa Structures are easy to build with non-skilled people alike, due to their standardized and optimized elements consisting of steel scaffolding components as load carrying structural members, wooden pallets as load carrying infill and wooden plates as skin cover. The structures is conceived as an absolutely no-waste design - after serving its temporary function, the standardized elements can disappear again in the logistic and the construction industry cycles, leaving no construction waste whatsoever on the ground it was built on.

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