In Granada, Spain, a pavilion made of 45,000 milk cartons was built in recognition of World Recycling Day. The cartons were recycled from over 100 colleges around the city, and the pavilion as set the Guinness World Record as the largest built structure created from recycled materials.
In other news, an exhibit of club kid wear is coming to the V&A, and China's copycat architecture is angering Zaha Hadid. See the headlines after the jump.
• Pavilion Constructed Out Of Milk Cartons Sets Guinness World Record | Architizer
• Coming Soon: An Exhibition On '80s Club-Kid Wear | Co.Design
• Seeing double: what China's copycat culture means for architecture | The Guardian
(Image: CUACS Arquitectura)