Buenos Aires-based designer Georgina Pizzabiocche created this fun little seating from  corrugated cardboard taken from defective industrial waste boards. It's easily transported and assembled on-spot without the need or glue or other tools.

Cardboard Furniture

Ever thought of designing your interior with cardboard furniture? Well, designers have, and the result is just awesome. From simple decorative objects, to chairs, tables and bookshelves, this corrugated material can be transformed into lightweight yet sturdy pieces of furniture, making all your creative design ideas come to life. Not to mention it’s eco-friendly. Have fun!

Buenos Aires-based designer Georgina Pizzabiocche created this fun little seating from corrugated cardboard taken from defective industrial waste boards. It's easily transported and assembled on-spot without the need or glue or other tools.

Karton Art Design, a system of constructing furniture using only cardboard and ordinary paper clips.

Cardboard enthusiast Reinhard Dienes created his Dickens bookshelves from fully recyclable cardboard, in 7 different colors

‘Build Up’ child’s chair and table designed by Philippe Nigro

Australia-based company Karton Group, has complete bedroom suites, office layouts, and dining rooms made out of cardboard

Australian architect Toby Horrocks designed this set of flat-pack cardboard furniture to explore ways that urban and rural spaces can meet in a piece of furniture.

Conversation Table by Leo Kempf, constructed entirely of scrap pieces of cardboard, is sturdy, witty, and an excellent option if you’re looking for a coffee table that will get your guests talking every time they come over.

Made by Sruli Recht from flatpack cardboard pieces, this portable cardboard table aims to assist on-the-go creative types like designers and students.

Awesome creations from recycled cardboard, designed by David Stark

Pomada furniture made from 30 cm-wide cardboard tubes, which are cut and sanded before they slide into frames made from plywood or recycled OSB.

(via Inhabitat)

 

One Response to “Cardboard Furniture”

Leave a Reply to Kritters that Twitter

  • (will not be published)

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title="" rel=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>