Tin Can Hut

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    ReadyMom
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    Came across this, this morning. Here’s a way you can use those cans, if we’re without trash pick up. Seeing this should bring other ideas to mind, as well:

    Bat-Yam Pavilion
    http://www.upcyclethat.com/bat-yam-pavilion/4764/

    A glittering tin can pavilion rises up in the municipality of Bat-Yam in Israel. The Bat-Yam pavilion is a honeycomb like structure made of old soup cans. The pavilion transforms an otherwise unoccupied lot into an inviting public space.

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    The tin cans that make up the structure of the Bat-Yam pavilion are linked together at various points. The overall structure is held up by a supporting framework of metal rods. The tin cans are open at both ends so that pavilion visitors can see out and passerby’s in.

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