Got a lot of cardboard in your store room? Why not try being creative like this new commercial creative agency called Nothing.
Formed by Michael Jansen and Bas Korsten, the agency only recently opened its doors in Amsterdam. It's hard to believe that the furniture inside - included creating walls, signage, beams, tables, shelving and even a set of stairs - was built almost entirely out of cardboard by designers Joost van Bleiswijk and Alrik Koudenburg. The the predominantly brown colour scheme
was given a little color thanks to illustrator Fiodor Sumkin.
It's no doubt impressive, but let's just hope their sake that the no-smoking indoors rule is implemented here.
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