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Expandable and stackable paper seating Softseating is made entirely from kraft paper, utilizing a flexible honeycomb structure to fan open into stools, benches, and loungers.

Disposable Office

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Recyclable recycled furniture The value of paper is typically measured by the value of the information it carries; once the information is deemed useless, the


Dec 27, 2008Comments off

Punched-paper place mats Fragments is a series of paper place mats featuring punched-out patterns. They are all segments of the same pattern design, with references

Water Pachinko

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Water-based game with hydrophobic paper For the Takeo Company-sponsored exhibition Haptic, designer Kenya Hara created an alternative version of one of Japan’s favorite pastimes. Instead


Jun 22, 2008Comments off

Recycled paper and cashew-nut-shell-resin biocomposite Manufactured by KlipTech Composites, PaperStone is comprised of 100 percent postconsumer recycled paper encapsulated within a non-petroleum-based resin binder. The


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Paper-based humidifier with hydrophobic coating When water droplets fall on lotus leaves, they bead up into balls. Dubbed the lotus effect, this phenomenon occurs because

Printed Food

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Two-dimensional information-carrying food Printed Food is an edible material that provides a way to convey the nutritious elements of food to consumers in an extremely


Jul 29, 2007Comments off

Scratch-and-sniff wallpaper Developed by Alex Schweder and Dieter Janssen and manufactured by the Stinehour Press, YUM! is a scratch-and-sniff wallpaper that smells faintly of fresh

Paper Softwall

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Expandable paper and wool room partition The Paper Softwall is a lightweight freestanding wall that can be arranged into almost any shape or easily compressed


Oct 26, 2006Comments off

3D recycled wallpaper V2 tiles are 3D, reconfigurable, inexpensive wallpaper tiles that allow one to customize the feel, look, and acoustic properties of any environment