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The World is Not Fair: Architects and Artists Unveil 15 Recycled Pavilions at Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport
Re-appropriating an existing warehouse structure at the ‘abandoned’ Tempelhof Airport, theater director Toshiki Okada created a shelter for performances that evokes the wrecked reactor units in Fukushima.
Using the airport’s red and white striped color code, Dutch artist Willem de Rooij created a sound installation shelter featuring the sounds of Egyptian camels.
Featuring wooden amplifiers, plenty of recycled materials, and a mobile solar kitchen, the Institute fur Raumexperimente — by Prof. Olafur Eliasson — recycled an existing building for “unfair poetry, sounds and discussions” that involve all the senses.
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