‘Design for Deconstruction principles could be implemented in buildings of temporary character, for instance pavilions, stages, barracks, etc. In many countries, such temporary buildings have less strict building regulations and are of a smaller scale. These two conditions will help to test how such temporary structures can be designed for deconstruction, built, and deconstructed and will help to identify which materials and construction methods are most suitable for deconstruction. One example of testing such a new design process and workflow was visible in the People’s pavilion of the Dutch architecture office Bureau SLA and Overtreders W’

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