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When the building of the ‘；stuttgart 21’； train station commenced， demonstrators started setting up camp on the location to prevent what is predicted to be the largest construction site in europe.？German photography studio？frank bayh &； steff rosenberger-ochs？captured make-shift homes devised and occupied by the protesters in an exhibition called ‘；the development of new urban quarters in the heart of the city’；. Design Boom has done a great post on it， with lots of photos：customized gifts
The ad-hoc complex has resulted in a colorful？and organic mixture of materials including tarps， umbrellaspersonalized wedding gifts， sticks and blankets， all compiled into the metropolitan dwellings. The personalized teepees showcase a different type of architectural expression springing from necessity into accidental？and eclectic structures.？
We have a thing for improvised shelters， whether built inside or outside. It’；s part of a kind of survivalist game we play in our heads that has varuous iterations， like： “；what would we do if we had to make a shelter out of whatever is around…；”； We especially love the use of umbrellas in the Stuttgart homes， that give a colorful， pop-up， geodesic air to what are， essentially， teepees. Makes us want to make one of our own.
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Yesterday I got a wild hair. I asked on the FB page what you most wanted by the end of the day. Silly me, I made "new PDF pattern?" one of the options. About 100 comments later, it was clear I needed to whip up a new pattern. "By the end of the day" I'd said (and, it kinda already was the end of the day). Gulp. Draw, draw, draw...
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