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Botschi Vargas flexes its modular muscle

Botschi Vargas Architects has collaborated with Arup to design this flexible modular building as a temporary venue for community activities and entertainment. Simple repetitive components are used to create a versatile building that can be easily erected and demounted using a prefabricated kit of parts. The basic structural unit is a triangular module that can be arranged in tandem, parallel to each other or in a cruciform to create different configurations.

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