Architects SHSH used 33,000 beer crates to construct the “Le Pavillion du Bonheur Provisoire,” a new pavilion adjacent to Brussels’ iconic ‘Atomium’ building. The crates were used like giant Legos, connecting neatly together to form the structure. If that wasn’t impressive enough, the interior is complete with columns, arches and even domes to give this whimsical building some serious architectural elements. The plastic beer crates were chosen for the project because they are a recycled and reusable material. These building blocks also effectively reduced the assembly time required to erect the pavilion. The construction marks the fiftieth anniversary of the 1958 Universal World Exhibition in Brussels.