Sunday, February 24, 2008

Bonnet Band Shell

I work in a car factory, and I wondered if it would be possible to construct buildings from the bonnets, roofs and boot lids of junked cars; to use the perfectly good painted sheet metal panels from broken cars as large tiles for the shell of a building.

The answer is yes. This band shell was assembled on the Panhandle for a few months last year. It's a clever idea, and it looked good.

The band shell will be reassembled on Treasure Island's Great Lawn next month.

Photos from Treehugger
Categories:Architecture Cars

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