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Cardboard is surprisingly hard-wearing stuff and, besides packaging, has been used for such varied projects as a bike helmet, prototype bicycle, and a guitar. Amsterdam-based furniture company Fiction Factory recently released a novel modular tiny house built from cardboard that can be assembled in just a day and comes in multiple sizes and configurations. ..Continue Reading Modular tiny hous
the design utilizes 24 layers of high strength cardboard that are wrapped around a house-shaped mold.The post living in cardboard: the adaptable wikkelhouse dwelling can be built in just one day appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Cardboard is versatile stuff and, aside from packaging, has been used to make everything from a helmet to a bicycle, and even a church and guitar. The latest addition to the ranks is the Foldo Bebe, a flatpack cardboard baby crib that promises to be lightweight, durable, and green. ..Continue Reading Foldo Bebe lets you put baby to bed in a cardboard cribCategory: Around The HomeTags:
In an era where everyone has a camera in their pocket, incredibly, cardboard analog cameras are having a moment. It's easy to see the charms of Videre 35mm, an adorable, assemble-it-yourself pinhole camera that's seeking funding as part of Kickstarter's Gold program right now.It's a re-tooled version of the medium-format Videre, which was fully funded on Kickstarter in 2013 by creator Kelly Angoo
driven via Micro USB, the nifty spinbox cardboard record player can easily switch from 33 to 45 to 78 RPM and plays 7-inch, 10-inch, and 12-inch singles. The post spinbox is the cardboard box turntable that you can build yourself appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
    A camera “as dangerous to the environment as a banana peel.” That’s how a Ukrainian startup refers to its new Jollylook camera. Jollylook is a vintage-style folding camera which uses Fuji Instax Mini instant film and is made of recycled paper and cardboard. When folded down, the camera is 3.35 x 5 x 1.89 inches (85 x 127 x 48 millimeters), which the
id inc used cardboard cubes as a platform for this disaster prevention exhibition, each one perfectly sized to fit enough survival supplies for 72 hours. The post id inc’s cardboard cubes populate GOOD DESIGN exhibition in tokyo appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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