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Charlotte Hubert, Jean-Jacques Hubert and Antoine Santiard the agency H2O architects explore the world of design with the project "Tumbleweed". These tutors in three dimensions are based on the bushes pushed by the wind in the North American deserts.

Designed to accommodate climbing plants, these volumetric structures are the result of a clever folding assembled by eyelets. Consisting of truncated tetrahedral modules, "Tumbleweed" provides maximum spatial extent for a minimum of material, leaving the plants to grow and express themselves in this plant and evolutionary totem.

 

Photographs: Stéphane Chalmeau

To learn more, visit theagency H2O architects and that of the publisher Compagnie Edition.  



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