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O+A’s Recycled Shipping Container Theater Pops Up in Amsterdam’s Shipyard
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On January 18, 2013 @ 5:21 pm In Architecture,gallery,Green Resources,Recycled Materials | No Comments
O+A ‘s temporary stage was made using repurposed containers  as building blocks. It lasted only two weeks but it provoked long-lasting impressions due to its overwhelming scale. The containers were stacked horizontally and re-invented as pop-up stores, multi-level platforms and even a restaurant.
The restaurant features long communal tables that match the length of the container and even a corrugated bar. The project’s three-dimensional checkerboard structure creates an indoor/outdoor space that is both rough and “gezelligheid” (cozy). O+A’s temporary space was part of the Over het IJ  theater festival, which is held in the Dutch capital  every July.
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 Over het IJ: http://www.overhetij.nl/nl/
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 shipping container: http://inhabitat.com/architecture/m2e-power/
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