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Be Palettø! by the Aarhus School of Architecture Be Palettø! is an experiment in architecture for public spaces created by a group of eleven students at the Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark. They took 420 humble shipping pallets and built a pavilion
 

Be Palettø! by the Aarhus School of Architecture

Be Palettø! is an experiment in architecture for public spaces created by a group of eleven students at the Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark. They took 420 humble shipping pallets and built a pavilion in the middle of campus to spend a warm summer day between classes in. The structural installation provides shade as well as seating.

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