Five cardboard panels open out to form a desk, chair, shelves and lighting arrangement.
The panels can be flat-packed and are made from re-used and 100% recyclable cardboard.
The interior forms part of the Look.Stop.Shop exhibition and will be on display until 26 July.
All photographs are by Ellen Dewar.
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Toby Horrocks and Kristian Aus - Flatform 322
Interiors and products have a limited life span. Do you design for longevity and hope your designs don't prematurely end up in the skip?
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Industrial designer Kristian Aus and architect Toby Horrocks have created an interior space that is both architecture and object, made from 100% post-consumer waste and 100% recyclable.
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