GPI TWeekly Archive: Wood Structures Gone Wild

Structural wood designs were buzzing on Twitter this week! In these featured designs, the material is shaped, woven, formed, and layered into both spaces and objects.

Metropol Parasol: Largest Wood Structure in the World tweet via @threefiftyneuro

Metropol Parasol Wood Structure Exterior ViewPin It

Lucien Pellat-Finet Shinsaibashi / Kengo Kuma & Associates “It was a collaboration between fashion and plant-likened architecture.” tweet via @KUNGarchitect

Kengo Kuma Plywood Retail Store DesignPin It

ICD:ITKE Research Pavilion / Oliver David Krieg, Boyan Mihaylov tweet via @DoreReam

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The Rise of The Designer Bakery  “The rise of the Designer bakery? A great business concept for town centres don’t you think?” tweet via @PlaceShaper

Bakery Wood Materials Fashion BoutiquePin It

“some AMAZING detailing here, ONLY in Japan ‘GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates’ ” tweet via @GintasReisgys

Wood Structure Museum by Kengo KumaPin It

TWeekly Archive is GPI Design’s new blog column that updates every Friday to feature innovative and inspiring architecture, interior, and lighting designs that are shared through Twitter within the week. We always appreciate tweeps who constantly refresh our minds by sharing great articles, pictures, and videos. If you have something that you feel like sharing and want it featured on our blog, leave a link in the comment or simply @gpidesign on Twitter. We are always hungry for cool designs!