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Prerequisites: 
 model first, follow the model to create the actual building. 
 (it doesn't count if 3D scanning and 3D printing are done after creation) then the houses that can't be made but can be made are:


 
 fooled building

To describe it with a special phrase: bottom up. That is to say, when the building was built, there was no plan, and all the "designs" were made according to the circumstances. There may be many factors that can lead to accidental results at will. Maybe there is no basic relationship between size and modulus, even custom buildings (buildings without Architects). 


Tiny Hut in Spain Built with Concrete and a Cow

Tiny hut in span build with concrete and a cow
The truffle is a small (25 square meters or 270 square feet) single room building with all the cool features of the grottoes. Although it's made of concrete, it's more like natural stone than the delicate surface we usually associate with cement. Located in Costa Da Morte, Spain, the building was designed by Anton Garcia Abril of Ensamble studio. 
 the most striking thing about this building is the way it was built: mainly by a hungry cow. 


<img class="content-image" src=" https://pic4.zhimg.com/v2-aa764c15622c0602a289be62c598af87_ b. In some ways, this house is the most basic example of 3D printing for biology. The structure is created by continuous concrete layers, and the shape of concrete only uses the most basic materials, such as straw bags and soil as templates, rather than a delicate and machined effect, thus forming a simple feature different from the natural stone. 

<img class="content-image" src=" https://pic1.zhimg.com/v2-23def5661299d25f5160d1fedb1bb0ec_ b. The most interesting part now is that after the concrete has set, the saws in the quarry are used to cut off the ends and expose the compressed hay inside. In the following year, a cow lived here, and finally ate up the hay, revealing the space inside. What a strange and confusing construction process! 


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Junya Ishigami's restaurant in Yamaguchi
It's a bit of a slap in the face. He actually made a model, but the intention of the model is different from the building that was dug out and built in the end, so I'll call it a nonsense building. 

Japanese architect Junya Ishigami is building a cave like restaurant in Yamaguchi, Japan. It looks like a tunnel dug by a giant worm. 
 dig holes in the ground, fill with concrete, and then dig out the surrounding soil to create a unique building. 


The project, called "house and restaurant", is designed for a chef in southern Japan and is expected to open in the autumn of 2019 in the name of "Noel restaurant". Before the start of the project, it took seven years to design. (I really don't know why this design took so long...) 

I hope this house doesn't collapse, or customers and diners will be buried alive 
"My customers want something like a wine cellar, and I'm thinking about how to make it really old. Customers want something like a wine cellar. I'm thinking about how to make it really old. I want to create free architecture; to expand my view of architecture as flexibly, broadly and cleverly as possible, beyond the stereotype of what architecture is supposed to look like. " 



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When 
 fuzzy 
 becomes the main part of the building, it is impossible to make models or mockups in advance. Everything is so casual. 


Blur Building

Blur building by divider scoring + R 

The fuzzy building is a kind of atmospheric building, which is caused by natural and man-made forces. The water is pumped from Lake nashtel, filtered, and ejected as a fine mist through 35000 high-pressure nozzles. The intelligent weather system can read the changing climate conditions such as temperature, humidity, wind speed and wind direction, and adjust the water pressure in different areas. After entering the fuzzy building, the visual and auditory references are erased. Only the white noise of light and pulse nozzle. Unlike immersive environments, blurring is absolutely low definition. In this exhibition hall, there is nothing to see except our dependence on vision itself. This is an experiment that does not emphasize environmental scale. Internal activities are unregulated. 

The public can ascend to the angel deck through a staircase, which appears in the fog and enters the blue sky. Water is not only the building site and main material; it is also a taste pleasure. 
 the public can drink the building. Inside, it's an immersive acoustic environment designed by Christian marclay. 



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 see Daohe University


 
 
 Fushimi Inari Taisha 


 
 this is a building complex that has been growing for thousands of years, from a few bird dwellings in the beginning to thousands of people all over the country. Founded in the 8th century, Japan's Fujian Daohe society mainly worships the Daohe gods led by Yujia. The God of rice and lotus is the God of agriculture and commerce. Pilgrims come to worship for harvest, prosperous business and traffic safety. It is one of the most popular shrines in Kyoto. 

The most famous one here is the dense vermilion "thousand bird house" behind the main hall of the shrine, which is one of the most representative landscapes in Kyoto, and also appeared in the movie "Memoirs of geisha". Hundreds of vermilion bird houses form a passageway to the top of Daohe mountain, with dozens of fox statues. 












https://

weburbanist。 com/2017/01

/03/baubotanik-german-botanical-architect-grows-buildings-out-of-trees/







 Baubotanik:German Botanical Architect Grows Buildings Out of Trees


 
 architecture itself is just a shelf and planting basin, and plants are the main materials of space and skin. German designer Ferdinand Ludwig is dedicated to building bridges and buildings with living trees, not just furnishings. Many of his designs take years or even decades to fully "grow.". His biggest project in nagorn, Germany, is a multi-layer structure, consisting of more than 100 trees slowly combined into a single organism, which is placed in place with a steel frame that will eventually become redundant

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