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Friday, June 10, 2016

Cardboard Architecture

Has Cardboard Architecture's Moment Finally Arrived? (+Video)

This home doesn't need a foundation. It's vastly lighter than a normal house. It costs just $28,000. Oh, and it's made out of paper.

John Brownlee | June 9, 2016

Houses built out of cardboard don't exactly scream luxury. The concept seems suited to playhouses at best, and homeless shelter at worst. But inspired by a crate of tomatoes, Dutch creator collective Fiction Factory decided there didn't have to be anything ugly or flimsy about a cardboard house. Their cardboard Wikkelhouses aren't just gorgeous—with proper care, the designers claim they can last 100 years.


<more at; related articles and links: (Cardboard Architecture. June 2016) and (Wikkel House website)>

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