Made almost entirely out of cardboard, Nothing is a commercial creative agency in Amsterdam. Designers Joost van Bleiswijk and Alrik Koudenburg took the idea behind the company name — taking nothing and turning it into something — as the genisis for the design of the office itself, including walls, signage, beams, tables, shelving and stairs all created from cardboard. Additionally, it is a backdrop for visitors to leave their own mark on the office with little doodles and drawings...The concept is excellent but the actual results of this brand application are even better. The designers say they used a "no screw, no glue" technique to build out the space and create a truly striking interior from the most mundane of materials. It looks like an architectural model come to life and — without all the chairs and computers — we think it would look exactly like a little scale model. So all of you out there with big open lofts and no idea how to fill it, here's your inspiration! Get some cardboard and a matt knife and get to work...
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via Creative Review
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