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Cardboard office by Paul Coudamy

French artist Paul Coudamy has designed a cardboard office interior for an advertising agency in Paris, France.

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He created furniture, twenty work stations, partitions, meeting rooms and storage using 4cm thick water-resistant honeycomb cardboard mounted with wood glue and tape.

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Lighting in the space is made from umbrellas, which Coudamy claims "give a kind of magic."

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Photographs by Benjamin Bocass.

The following information is from Paul Coudamy:

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The challenge: to design an office space, in a 180 m² industrial room in the north of Paris for an advertising agency, in only one month for conception and production, with the most restricted budget.

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The client needs 20 working posts separated in different spaces, a solution for small internal meetings with acoustic insulation, and storage.

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Job has been done thanks to 4cm thick water resistant honeycomb cardboard, mounted with wood glue and tape, there is no additional structure.

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1 Space is completly modular, all the partitions are mobile, a system of angles cuts afford both structure and customising solutions.

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2 Storage mixes the raw estectic of honeycomb and the smooth cardboard partition.

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3 Lighting breaks with the industrial atmosphere, umbrellas give a kind of magic.

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4 Creation of a meeting box : «le confessional », for fast intern meeting hidden and isolated.

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Paul Coudamy works on a wide range of projects and inventions.
From object design, interior architecture, experimental devices to artistic installations.