Shape-shifting PortHotel transforms from a 2D symbol into a 3D habitable space

TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture
TOMA!, wooden sculpture, art installation, Lively Architecture Festival, outdoor furniture, experimental architecture, built-in furniture, green design, MDF boards, MDF materials, wooden structure, green architecture

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