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Lovely Stacked Wood Outdoor Theater in Estonia Will Be Recycled After 12 Plays
Posted By Tafline Laylin On June 16, 2011 @ 9:39 am In Architecture,carousel showcase,Green Materials,Innovation,Sustainable Materials | No Comments
A fantastic example of sustainable set design, the Noor Eesti Scenery summer theater in Estonia is constructed entirely out of light timber batons that are easy to assemble and weatherproof. Designed by Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid as a temporary structure, the 420 seat theater will be taken apart and reused for other purposes at the end of the summer or after 12 plays.
This wonderful outdoor theater incorporates the adjoining pond, trees, and park into its set design, taking advantage of the natural backdrop  to enhance the drama. When the season begins to turn, all 280 square meters of the 420 seat theater will be taken down and put to some other hopefully equally special use.
Via Dezeen 
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