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Corrugated Cardboard Walls

September 20, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

I came across this amazing use of corrugated card in On Office Magazine today, and then got the images online at Dezeen

Sander Architecten’s recently completed designs for Rabobank’s new offices in Utrecht, feature extensive use of varying thickness’ and styles of corrugated card. Primarily used as a decorative feature, the cardboard provides the finish for the walls of a series of cylindrical meeting rooms that occupy the communal heart of the scheme.

Not sure how durable they will prove to be (I can’t see any suggestion of protective coatings and screens) but as an idea and an image, I think it’s a really cool idea, almost like taking Shigeru Ban’s simple cardboard tube constructions onto the next level, or taking Frank Ghery’s armchair apart and reusing it as wallpaper…

  1. January 22, 2012 at 20:14

    Cardboard boxes are used in every field.
    I think the most appropriate types of packaging

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