Pavilions. Shelters. Backyard studios. Outdoor toilets. Playgrounds and play structures. Treehouses. Phone booths. Chapels. Meditation spaces. Cabins. Bus stops. Information stations. Mountain huts. Installations. Pods for private sleeping in public spaces. Mobile offices in trailers. Food trucks. Enclosures for reading in libraries. Floating rooms set adrift in lakes. Stage sets. Pedestrian footbridges. Shading canopies. Viewing platforms.
Even the smallest projects can contain big ideas. Sometimes these ideas, such as new explorations in materials and form, can have significant influences on the practice of architecture. ARCHHIVE Issue No 2: What is Small-Scale Architecture? connects architects, startups, investors, entrepreneurs, and companies designing small spaces that enrich lives.
- PART 01 - Feature Company Interviews
- PART 02 - Opinions and Essays
- PART 03 - Conceptual Design Projects
TitleWhat is Small-Scale Architecture?