A tea house made out of paper and cardboard, designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, is to be auctioned in London tomorrow. The Paper Tea House is part of an sale of Japanese art and design being held by auctioneer Phillips de Pury
a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.
Hextable recycled cardboard Designed by Wilson Brothers for Stussy, Hextable is an occasional table made from two identical components that is folded and locked into place. Fully recyclable, the honeycomb core table is incredibly light at 1.2kg, yet strong structurally. Hextable is comissioned for Stussy Japan, after the success of the limited edition Stussy Chairfix created for the Stussy store in London. The product is hand screen printed in London with a Stussy pattern.
Cardboard Wall / I chose this piece because I really enjoy the way the cardboard is used and cut to intersect and make different shapes and lines. I think it's another good idea for working with cardboard.