Dezeen Agenda features Shigeru Ban’s cardboard shelters for Turkey-Syria earthquake

Shigeru Ban PPS system for Tukey Syria earthquake

The latest edition of our weekly Dezeen Agenda newsletter features shelters designed by architect Shigeru Ban for victims of the Turkey-Syria earthquake. Subscribe to Dezeen Agenda now.

Pritzker Architecture Prize-winning architect Ban has supplied victims of the Turkey-Syria earthquake with modular shelters made from cardboard tubes.

The Paper Partition System functions as a structure that holds up textile partitions and takes three people just five minutes to build.

Concrete columns, Ceramic Art Avenue Taoxichuan by David Chipperfield Architects
David Chipperfield did not deserve to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize last week, writes Aaron Betsky.

This week’s newsletter also included an opinion piece by Aaron Betsky questioning the decision to award this year’s Pritzker Architecture Prize to David ChipperfieldNikken Sekkei’s designs for a headquarters in Japan and a Ukrainian “home” in Antarctica by Balbek Bureau.

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