The Wood Pallet facade by Stephane Malka is a bold structure made from a multitude of wood shipping pallets. Sustainable and cleverly designed, this dynamic facade is visually intriguing and eco-friendly.
Inspired by a skin-like concept, Malka created this stacked stick structure that serves as a dramatic focal point among an urban backdrop. Featuring a boldly geometric concept, this stunning structure features large shutters that evoke a sense of movement. Inspired by the drawings of Lebbeus Woods, this stunning architectural installation fuses modern and traditional design ideals.
Fitting in with the surrounding rich city heritage, the dynamically designed Wood Pallet facade by Stephane Malka is an aesthetically intriguing concept that fuses art and architecture. Scattered and energetic, this spirited structure is an urban gem.
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