|||||||||||Molo’s Benchwall curved around to create a quiet space|Benchwall used to create a breakout area|Molo’s Thinwall is available in both black and white|New Hybrids by Mieke Meijer|NewspaperWood reverses the traditional lifecycle of newspapers|The Proplamp, designed to look like a crumpled piece of paper|Margje Teeuwen and Erwin Zwiers, designers of the Proplamp|Fusionner 2.0 Paper Cave, installed in the Kotaro Horiuchi’s architecture office|Fusionner 3.0, an installation for Aichi Shukutoku University|Fussioner 1.0, installed in the Gallery White Cube in Tokyo||
27 Aug 2014

Reams of talent: Four designers using paper

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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