Camouflage infrastructure By Kaito Soeda,Takayuki Ishida, Kanta Ijima,Yoshiki Ono, Ayuka Nakamura,Yota Hirono & Ryo Yoshimura
         

Camouflageinfrastructure

By Kaito Soeda,Takayuki Ishida, Kanta Ijima,Yoshiki Ono, Ayuka Nakamura,Yota Hirono & Ryo Yoshimura

The roof of the existing building, can be tomorrow's cultural foundation. Without destroying the City Scape of London, proposed the building to receive a diversity of immigrants. It has led confusion and diversity to London that there are many immigrants. How does it bring changes in London? Surely, they will accept any varieties. If we can build a habitat of immigration on the roof, It’s possible to create a saucer of a new diversity,without breaking the existing regional. By focusing on the roof, it is possible to mass produce inexpensive housing which can tolerate diversity immigrants.

City Above the City architecture competition

Plan B : City Above the City architecture competition 
 

Metsä Wood challenged architects and students around the world to push the boundaries of modern wood building design in the urban environment. Entrants from 40 countries created their Plan B to urbanisation using wood (Kerto® LVL – laminated veneer lumber) as the main material. The task was to design a wooden extension to an existing urban building. The entries were designed to 69 cities worldwide.

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