A Theatre Made From Junk

A Theatre Made From Junk
Design

A temporary performing arts center is made completely from recycled materials.

Naresh Kumar
  • 26 august 2010

A unique piece of architecture, or shall we say, junkitecture is being launched today in London. The Jellyfish theatre is made from junk materials salvaged from ruined theatre sets, buildings, timberyard sites and even old kitchen units, mostly contributed by the locals. The space was designed by artist duo Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser, and can house 120 people. The structure, built with the help of volunteers including unemployed carpenters and architects, conforms to all the necessary regulations.

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