Gallery: The Wall of Zudaji by 403 Architecture is a Scrappy Shed Made ...

This scrappy little shed in Hamamatsu, Japan by 403 architecture is made from leftover and recycled materials and shipping pallets from some of the firm's earlier projects. Dubbed the 'Wall of Zudaji', the shed was built for a local restaurant that needed
 
This scrappy little shed in Hamamatsu, Japan by 403 architecture is made from leftover and recycled materials and shipping pallets from some of the firm's earlier projects. Dubbed the 'Wall of Zudaji', the shed was built for a local restaurant that needed additional storage. Holes in the shed's walls allow natural light to filter in during the day, and at night the interior lights project out through the gaps. The roof is clad with corrugated metal and the exterior is covered in a wavy polycarbonate panel to ensure that it is waterproof. The result is a resource efficient project that calls attention to material consumption and distribution via shipping pallets.

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