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The Shed: Temporary Red Theater Cooled Naturally with Four Corner Chimneys in London
Posted By Tafline Laylin On April 16, 2013 @ 1:34 pm In Architecture,carousel showcase,gallery | No Comments
The timber cladding  references the original National Theater designed in the 1970s with board-formed concrete while the boxy geometry mimics the adjacent theater. But that’s where similarities between the temporary and fixed buildings end. Whereas the original theater is about as solid and stoic as architecture comes, The Shed plays a fleeting as Cottesloe gets a facelift.
The brooding interior was fitted with previously used seats and finished with rough steel and plywood, giving it an industrial chic atmosphere . And best of all, once its job at Theater Square is complete, this entire building can be dismantled and reused elsewhere – leaving behind virtually no waste. For more from Haworth Tompkins, check out this Dovecoat Studio .
Photography via Hélène Binet and Philip Vile
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 Haworth Tompkins: http://www.haworthtompkins.com
 National Theater: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk
 100-percent recyclable: http://inhabitat.com/tag/recyclable-materials/
 cool the structure naturally: http://inhabitat.com/tag/natural-ventilation/
 timber cladding: http://inhabitat.com/tag/timber-cladding/
 industrial chic atmosphere: http://inhabitat.com/tag/industrial-chic/
 Dovecoat Studio: http://inhabitat.com/victorian-ruins-transformed-into-modern-dovecoat-music-studio/
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