The thick folded concrete canopy of this structure in an Israeli graveyard is supported by slender tree-shaped columns that pay homage to a razed orchard

The thick folded concrete canopy of this structure in an Israeli graveyard is supported by slender tree-shaped columns that pay homage to a razed orchard

ABU DHABI- The UAE Geometrical Forest is an architectural forest that is integrated into its environment. Attached to the tree structure is a lightweight membrane, with the tree leaves shadowing and filtering the Arabic sun. The tree structure consists of four identical types of trees growing into a second type that forms the dome that spans the centre of the court.

ABU DHABI- The UAE Geometrical Forest is an architectural forest that is integrated into its environment. Attached to the tree structure is a lightweight membrane, with the tree leaves shadowing and filtering the Arabic sun. The tree structure consists of four identical types of trees growing into a second type that forms the dome that spans the centre of the court.

This banqueting hall in Mumbai, India looks almost elvish with its white branches, which give the impression of an avenue of snow-covered trees. The design, which was part of a renovation of historic colonial buildings in India, was partially inspired by the beautiful ‘rain trees’ that surround the site.

Arboreal Architecture: Taking Inspiration from Trees

This banqueting hall in Mumbai, India looks almost elvish with its white branches, which give the impression of an avenue of snow-covered trees. The design, which was part of a renovation of historic colonial buildings in India, was partially inspired by the beautiful ‘rain trees’ that surround the site.

Winner of APPLIED: Research Through Fabrication Competition | CAST THICKET by Christine Yogiaman and Ken Tracy | Bustler.net

Winner of APPLIED: Research Through Fabrication Competition

Winner of APPLIED: Research Through Fabrication Competition | CAST THICKET by Christine Yogiaman and Ken Tracy | Bustler.net

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