Interims Audimax, a temporary lecture hall designed by Deubzer Konig and Rimmel Architekten

Interims Audimax, a temporary lecture hall designed by Deubzer Konig and Rimmel Architekten

Interims Audimax, a temporary lecture hall designed by Deubzer Konig and Rimmel Architekten

Interims Audimax, a temporary lecture hall designed by Deubzer Konig and Rimmel Architekten

Interims Audimax, a temporary lecture hall designed by Deubzer Konig and Rimmel Architekten

These are pictures of a temporary lecture hall built on the campus of Technische Universitat Muchen by Deubzer Konig Rimmel Architekten. The temporary structure is built using mostly wood (including the undulating facade) and is expected to last anywhere from one decade to two. The timescale of the project may surprise you: the project was designed and built in nine months. Inside the project, there are plenty of other surprises: poured flooring, oriented strand board on the walls (that’s the kind of OSB more commonly found lining garage walls in the states) as well as simple but nice signage for the lecture hall seats.

Found through Contemporist

Alex Dent

April 27, 2012 / By

Google+