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Stutchbury and Pape

Cardboard House, 2005

Col James, of Australian architecture firm Stutchbury and Pape, in association with the Ian Buchan Fell Housing Research Unit at University of Sydney, has developed a cardboard house which is weatherproof, collapsible and very cheap. Light and recyclable, the project is a possible option for temporary housing.

Part of the Houses of the Future exhibition held in Sydney in 2005, the building can be assembled by two people over a six-hour period using appropriate scaffolding, and is transportable in a light commercial vehicle.

via Vestal Design.

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