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Dezeen’s top ten: cardboard projects

For September's top ten we've compiled our most popular stories about projects made of cardboard. In first place is Japanese architect Shigeru Ban with his Paper Tea House.


2: in second place is a cardboard office interior created by Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk for Amsterdam advertising office Nothing.


3: third place goes to another cardboard office for another advertising agency - this time by French artist Paul Coudamy.


4: Cardboard Cloud installation by Fantastic Norway is fourth most-visited.


5: another stacked-box installation called Back Side Flip 360° by O-S Architectes was only slightlty less popular.


6: more from Shigeru Ban - this time a 22 meter Paper Tower, installed at London's Southbank centre as part of last week's London Design Festival.


7: Public Farm One was an urban farming project outside the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Centre in New York, built from cardboard tubes by Work Architecture Company.


8: our eighth most-popular cardboard story is the interior of a book shop by London designers Blustin Heath, made entirely from... cardboard!


9: an installation about the seasons by CJ Lim/Studio 8 Architects at the subway entrance to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London comes in ninth.


10: and we conclude with a collection of cardboard furniture by Arno Mathies.

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