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A 9t cardboard pergola engineered by Buro Happold has just been installed at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Covering a third of the outside sculpture garden, the 27m span structure is made up of eight 600mm deep arch trusses made from 120mm diameter spirally wound cardboard tubes. Architect for the project is Shigeru Ban.

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