Always on the lookout for more ideas for impermanent pop-up rooms within rooms, we were taken by a work by Zimoun, a sound artist/sculptor who builds different kinds of white noise into structures.We love his room of interlocking slabs of notched cardboard, made like a house of cards, and imagined building a smaller version that could be stored when no longer needed, stacked and tied in a bundle, in the closet.

Why not?

via Core 77

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2 replies on “‘pop-up’ room redux: interlocking cardboard

  1. I’ve recently started a blog, the information you provide on this site has helped me tremendously. Thank you for all of your time & work.

  2. I recently lost my home and am living in Section 8 housing; limited to say the least. Your idea utilizing the cardboard pieces opened up a flood of ideas. Thank you! I love many-use, flexible pieces. Peta

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