Two Awesome Pieces of Cardboard Furniture

Two Awesome Pieces of Cardboard Furniture

Ssome time ago we posted about the “30 of the Most Creative Bookshelves Designs” and today I’ve found two incredible pieces of furniture that are made from cardboard on AT. These pieces are made using a construction technique that Eric Guiomar developed after looking for affordable and lightweight seating. These two pieces look awesome and they are extremely cheap, because they are made o cardboard …and in this economy I’m pretty sure that maybe someone will transform this idea into a business.


  • Penfield Espinosa February 28, 2009 at 21:21 PMLogin to Reply →

    Hi !

    anyone that likes cardboard furniture will surely like Nildo Campolongo’s woork, at rk, aq

    all the best,

  • Stephen March 1, 2009 at 10:52 AMLogin to Reply →

    Really great idea!

  • Josh March 1, 2009 at 21:58 PMLogin to Reply →

    Yes they may be good to look at and cheap, but what about
    durability? Sure they may hold up that many books at the start
    but shortly after that the abuse from moving things, taking things off/putting them back on the shelves. Of course you can’t forget animals jumping on and off
    the thing. Unless there is something I am missing I don’t really
    see these as being anything but a waste of money.

  • Kim March 2, 2009 at 03:35 AMLogin to Reply →

    I don’t know. Clever but not he kind of thing I would want in my home.

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  • Dana March 6, 2009 at 05:40 AMLogin to Reply →

    Eric has done a marvelous job with these bookshelves. I never imagined circle could give such a preety impression. The shelves has so much space and the look is fresh as well. the second piece is inspired by a Japanese good luck charm i think ..Both designs are superb.

    Great post you have shared with us Thanks .

  • Dan March 13, 2009 at 14:26 PMLogin to Reply →


    Ultra cheap, flat pack, environmentally friendly furniture! I can’t wait until; these are mass manufactured rather than sold to designer-style-types for silly amounts of money. Anyone checked this guys site out? £600 for a cardboard chair?

    Instead of being of being functional it becomes fashionable… What a tragedy…

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  • paul December 13, 2009 at 00:32 AMLogin to Reply →

    he is an artist, so of course you won’t get it for wal-mart prices. if there is a real demand for this stuff, it won’t be long until you will find it for wal-mart prices…. but then the people who paid boutique prices will trash it and find the next fad. the cycle continues.

  • Design Lover (Bad Reader?) December 23, 2009 at 04:07 AMLogin to Reply →

    I love the spiral bookcase shown above, but can’t seem to figure out who made it or how to find it. Am I a bad reader or is the info not there?

    Beautiful stuff. Particularly love the cardboard furniture (even though my company makes stuff to last centuries, it still seems elegant to me).


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