PONT9 by Malka Architecture

This moving metropolis can be easily and quickly disassembled, and can be adapted to various urban configurations developed according to the number of participants. Clément

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Project stemmed from Le Petit Pari(s) book, published April 2014
In response to mass production, the economic crises, and the spatial segregation inherent in real-estate prices, this structure not only co-opts impoverished or outlying spaces, but also upscale places through the use of an active system. The lower rungs of the population can therefore rise more than forty-nine feet above ground, via a system of pylon and interconnected footbridges. PONT9 by Malka Architecture
Posted by Erin on December 10th, 2014

Malka Architecture have designed a concept for a nomadic micro-city that positions itself on a bridge in Paris, France. The structure consists of a modular system, footbridges, and public spaces, all mounted on scaffolding.

Updated: 10.12.2014 — 20:30