Saturday, September 17, 2011

The Pallet House...

The Palettenpavillion was created by Matthias Loeberman and is made entirely of shipping pallets, tie rods and ground anchors. Prior to their new life as a pavilion, the hundreds of pallets were used to stack fruit and vegetable on at London's Covent Markets.
The whole structure, designed to be easily assembled and dismantled is used as a temporary meeting place.
It's certainly a conversation piece...
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  1. What a neat house. I like it and I bet it is well ventilated.

  2. fun on a forklift! do you know how many pallets.
    Could be made into the worlds biggest jumble tower.How bout that 4 a big kids game?Maybe not

  3. Wow! That is an arsonists dream.I mean an artists dream.

  4. anyone for jinga?

  5. The load-sharing anchor is believed to be equalized in the event the load force is distributed equally to every individual Ground anchor. A load-sharing anchor that does not extend in case of someone anchor failure has the property of non-extension.