|||||||||A freestanding cardboard fortress, with elevated work area and side alcoves for desks, is reinforced with medium density fibreboard|The elevated work area is reserved for Nothing’s founding partners – Michael Jansen and Bas Korsten|Cardboard workstations are situated next to the windows and a cardboard planter box|The second structure makes a lounge area, enclosed by windows on three sides, and an informal meeting space underneath a cardboard pergola|‘No screw, no glue’ – the elements slot together to form ribs|Nothing co-founder Michael Jansen puts his stamp on the cardboard|Illustrations by Fiodor Sumkin give the space personality and humour|The Nothing logo||
12 May 2009

Nothing HQ by Alrik Koudenburg

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