The Kunsthalle Museum Bern 1967-68
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
A Swiss art museum, the Kunsthalle in Bern, was the first public building wrapped by Christo and Jeanne-Claude.
Spanish Pavilion, Shanghai Expo 2010
The pavilion is “dressed” in more than 8,000 wicker panels in brown, beige, and black.
Wicker weaving is a tradition in both Spain and China and the pavilion is like a cultural bridge connecting the two nations.
Selfridges Birmingham by architect Jan Kaplicky
The skin is made up of thousands of aluminium discs
The Water Cube, Beijing, China
The Beijing National Aquatics Centre, 2008
The Water Cube was specially designed and built by a consortium made up of PTW Architects (an Australian architecture firm).
International architectural firm LAVA
LAVA has developed a simple, cost effective, easily constructed skin that promises to transforms aged 1960’s buildings in Sydney, into sustainable, iconic buildings.
Incorporating the Kakahu or Earth Blanket
Chris Booth in collaboration with Diggeress Te Kanawa Hamilton Gardens, Hamilton, New Zealand, 2005
Fist size rocks drilled & joined together to make a large blanket shape.
Meeting of the Elders
Melbourne Theatre Company
Ian McDougall, Ashton Raggatt McDougall Architects
Dashanzi Art District (original 798 Factory), the heart of a growing art and culture community in Beijing, China.