Studio Ideas and Inspiration

Cardboard architecture

Posted in interesting projects, materials, studio 2a_2009 by Sarah Gelbard on 2 November 2009

Card board architecture. The first image is of the Paper Tea House by my architect Shigeru Ban.  Most of his houses have a common concept of simplicity and emptiness.  The second image is of a room made entirely of cardboard including the floors and the walls.

 Paper tea house

“Japanese Architecture .” Architecture List. http://www.architecturelist.com/category/japanese-architecture/ (accessed November 1, 2009).

“1960’s Bloomingdale’s Furniture Displays by Barbara D’Arcy : PopuluxeBooks, Retro Info For Your Mod Style.” PopuluxeBooks, Retro Info For Your Mod Style. http://www.populuxebooks.com/index.php?main_page=document_general_info&cPath=87&products_id=715 (accessed November 2, 2009).

Originally posted by Yvonne

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