Divide A Small Space With Cardboard Curtains

Divide A Small Space With Cardboard Curtains

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Sarah Rae Smith
Apr 29, 2010

Daniel Morrison, an architecture student in Austin, came up with this cardboard design that when linked together creates wall panels, curtains, room dividers and more. We can think of a handful of ways to put it to use, and although we don't have a machine to cut several out at once, it wouldn't be too hard to tackle with a pair of scissors.

Although this isn't intended to be a DIY idea, we don't see any reason why it can't be if you have the determination to cut out that many cardboard shapes. Maybe get a few friends together and have a Star Trek (but none of that Deep Space Nine stuff) marathon and make yourself a wall.

You could find enough free cardboard to make whatever size you desired. It could be one small panel, or a full out wall — all for free.

You can read more about Daniel Morrison from his website and check out the rest of the photos from the event in Austin to see the design in action!

Via: Designboom

(Image: Meredith Quigley)

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