While we are on the subject of making some BIG projects using virtually recycle-able stuff, here’s a recycled bridge and wall you can build.
Yet this is exactly what architect Shigeru Ban has done, over the Gardon River in the South of France. This is an ingenious idea to show that you do not need concrete, steel and glass to build a structure.
Ideal for partitions or for just blocking off an area, these recycled double walled pieces of cardboard are a sort of modula building system, that can be built up to suit the size and style that you want and placed in position without the use of any tools or fixings that will damage the existing walls or frame work in the building.
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Ill keep this in mind when i need a collapsable bridge
that is a cool lookin wall..