A Paper Aarchitecture Pavillon Made With ‘Bricks’ of Pizza-boxes

Recently we got an inquiry about a paper architecture Pavillon made with ‘bricks’ of
pizza-boxes, which is quite interesting. Maybe you like it.

paper printed box

Architecture Pavillon made with ‘bricks’ of
pizza-boxes

I am a Professor of Architecture Design at the Department of
Architecture
at the University of Florence.

Our school has been invited to exhibit an installation at “Future Lab”
international education fair
that will be held at Westbund, Shanghai from November 25th till December
4th > ade-futurelab.com

We have conceived a paper architecture Pavillon made with ‘bricks’ of
pizza-boxes cardboard type, 2 mm thick, folded and with slits.

If you check the attached images it’s easy to understand the building
process.

The pdf shows how we can have three stripes of cardboard out from a
(almost) A0 pizza-boxes cardboard type sheet.

Every stripes should folded 3 times, each one should have 8 slits/cuts.

If the pizza-boxes cardboard type comes in white we would foresee to
print a pattern of architecture plans on the elements, in black (the
circles in the pdf shows the possible position of the prints).

If the pizza-boxes cardboard type comes in brown we would foresee to
print a pattern of architecture plans on the elements, in red (check the
last jpeg as an example of the prints)

We are Kindly asking to Shanghai DE Printed Box if it is possible to
produce those elements, if it is possible in case to have it done by the
next November 23rd and to quote the entire process.

We would be in need of 100/150 A0, printed, cut, folded.

The order would be placed by the Italian Consulate in Shanghai.

I understand the schedule it’s tight but we look forward to hear from
you soon.

Best regards,

IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS creative idea and copyright is owned by  the Professor of Architecture Design at the Department of
Architecture
at the University of Florence.

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