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A Pop-Up, Recyclable Library Room

Adele Peters

Singapore University of Technology and Design needed more space for students to meet up and attend lectures and events, and created a temporary building outside the school library in response. The design requires no support beams or walls—just a collection of plywood and metal tiles that fit together like a puzzle, and can be easily dismantled and recycled when needed.

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