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  1. Catedral de cartón en Christchurch (Nueva Zelanda) Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch (New Zealand). Client The Church Property Trustees, Diocese of Christchurch. Architects Shigeru Ban Architects Europe + Voluntary Architects’ Network (VAN); Project Team: Shigeru Ban, Yoshie Narimatsu. Collaborators Architectural associate: Warren and Mahoney

  2. 9 de ago. de 2011 · japan based practice shigeru ban architects has unveiled their proposal ‘cardboard cathedral’, a replacement structure for the christ church cathedral located in new zealand. an earthquake ...

  3. 17 de oct. de 2013 · Pour cela, la ville a fait appel à l’ architecte japonais Shigeru Ban, connu pour ces réalisations à partir de matériaux recyclés. De forme triangulaire, la cathédrale peut accueillir jusqu’à 700 fidèles. Les tubes cartonnés qui la composent ont été étanchéifiés au polyuréthane et ignifugés, les protégeant ainsi de l’eau ...

  4. Shigeru Ban. In 2011 an earthquake struck the city of Christchurch in New Zealand’s South Island, leaving a total of 200 dead and severely damaging the Neo-Gothic cathedral, which was raised over a hundred years ago. Built in a very short time, the temporary building that serves as a replacement for the cathedral is a single shed with a ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Shigeru_BanShigeru Ban - Wikipedia

    Ban designed the Nomadic Museum with engineer Buro Happold, a temporary structure composed of 156 shipping containers (2006) Shigeru Ban (坂 茂, Ban Shigeru, born 5 August 1957) [2] is a Japanese architect, known for his innovative work with paper, particularly recycled cardboard tubes used to quickly and efficiently house disaster victims.

  6. 6 de ago. de 2013 · The Cardboard Cathedral by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban opens today in Christchurch, New Zealand.

  7. 31 de dic. de 2012 · church authorities envisage it being used as a cathedral for only 10 years, until a permanent replacement is built, although ban said the enthusiastic response in NZ to his innovative plans could ...