So who says that we can’t build beautiful, eye appealing furniture out of a biodegradable, recyclable product called cardboard? Of course, the fact remains that it is not easy to mold the furniture, but then it’s not an impossible task either. Feria Puro Diseno(FPD), the all time famous design fair in Buenos Aires, saw the unveiling of some really classy pieces of furniture. All these pieces have been expertly made out of colorful cardboard pieces and given an eye pleasing, funky design.
The mastermind behind these creations is Ana Mitrano, an Argentinean architect, who has made it possible to mould different shapes out of recovered cardboard. Ana did not stop at just furniture, rather he went ahead and created clothes hangers along with the chairs and tables. The designs consist of a lot of twists and turns, all fused into each other to create designs that would decorate your living room tastefully.
The shapes have been assembled out of pressed cardboard plaques and are as comfortable as they look. Available in multiple colors, these pieces would add that extra oomph factor to their surroundings. The point which can’t be missed is that the furniture has a capacity to support over 100 kgs of weight.