Ground Up Architecture
Shigeru Ban, Anna Heringer, and TYIN Tegnestu's necessary experiments
Published with Fourth Door Review no 9

Unstructured 6 complements FDR9's focus on the growing network of Humanitarian projects around the world. Shigeru Ban's post-Tsunami emergency shelters in North Eastern Japan, Anna Heringer's Handmade METI School in Bangladesh, and Norway's TYIN Tegnestu's Andreas
Gjertsen writes about the young Norwegian studio's Thailand projects.

We look at a radical departure from Passive House blank cube orthodoxy; Architekten LRO's Ravensburg Art Museum, which mixes Passive House and recycled brick.

And Brian Eno's Visual Ambient video work is reconsidered in a book on this part of Eno's voluminous art path.

Iceland's Design March festival is profiled, and ex-Tinariwen manager and Sahara desert music-man, Andy Morgan, writes about Tuareg nomad metalwork.

Recycled Brick, Passive House - Ravensburg Art Museum remakes the sustainable architecture discussion
Brian Eno: Visual Ambient - A book review on Eno's lesser known video art-path

Design March of the Creatives - Reykjavik's annual Design March festival
The Life of a Tuareg Artisan - Extract from a work in progress by Andy Morgan


Ground Up Architecture - Humanitarian and Post Disaster Architectural culture
Earthquake Moment: Shigeru Ban's emergency shelters after the North Eastern Japanese Tsunami
The Spirit of Meti School: Rabeya Raman on Anna Heringer's well known Bangladesh school
TYIN in Thailand - TYIN Tegnestue's Andreas Gjertsen writes about their Thailand projects