Gallery: Tony Hobba Architects’ Third Wave Kiosk in Australia is Made f...

Sheet piling—those curtains of steel that are driven into the earth—form an important construction material for deep foundations and retaining walls, but they're often out of sight and out of mind. At a beach in Torquay, Australia, Tony Hobba Architects elevated recycled sheet piling to a central role as the facade of the new Third Wave Kiosk. The reddish-brown tones of the rusted steel fit nicely with the coastal surroundings, and the kiosk provides beach-goers with new restrooms and changing rooms.

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