Ball Nogues Studio Wins Paris’ 2012 Pavillion Speciale Competition with Bright Blue Cellular Design

March 20, 2012 by  
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Los Angeles studio Ball Nogues made news recently when it won the 2012 edition of the Pavillion Speciale in Paris with its proposal for a bright, light cellular structure made of locally-sourced plastic tubing. The competition, which is now in its second year, showcases experimental work by architects under the age of 45. With just three months to complete the structure, Ball Nogues will work intensively with students at the host L’Ecole Speciale d’Architecutre to construct it in the school’s large rectangular garden in Paris’ 14th District before it opens to the public in June. Read the rest of Ball Nogues Studio Wins Paris’ 2012 Pavillion Speciale Competition with Bright Blue Cellular Design Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Ball-Nogues , l’ecole speciale d’architecture , low impact architecture , paris architecture , pavillion speciale , plastic architecture , student collaboration , temporary pavillion

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