Top notch architecture site BLDGBLOG points us to this inspired bit of material reuse from German architect Matthias Loebermann. The Palettenpavillon is made entirely from shipping pallets, ground anchors, and tie rods. Intended as a temporary meeting space, the structure is designed for simple dismantling and reassembly, and can be recycled in entirety. With dramatic textures and a curvilinear form, the Palettenpavilion is one of the more interesting examples of recycled material design we've seen in a while.
Photos: The Palettenpavillon by Matthias Loebermann. (Mila Hacke, Berlin)