Pulp Furniture: Paper and Cardboard Seating

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In these times, building out of cardboard and paper looks attractive; the stuff is cheap and superfluous.

Cardboard first became all the rage when Frank Gehry launched his "Easy Edges" series of chairs and tables back in 1969, when nobody knew about him as an architect. Shigeru Ban produced a line of cardboard furniture at about the same time. Ever since, paper has been a medium for the young, talented architects to get a start with affordable, easy to use materials.

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