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Interior Design: Flatform 322

July 28, 2010

Designed by Toby Horrocks and Kristian Aus, this fold-out cardboard interior is a playful and principled model for sustainable design.

Interiors and products have a limited lifespan. Do you design for longevity and hope your designs don’t prematurely end up in the skip? Or go with the flow and accept that change is inevitable?

Industrial designer Kristian Aus and architect Toby Horrocks have created an interior space that is both architecture and object. Flatform 322 is a fold-out retail interior made from recycled and recyclable cardboard, featuring a table, chair and shelves. The design was created to fit into the Design Dispensary on Melbourne’s Little Lonsdale Street, as part of the Look.Stop.Shop exhibition at the State of Design Festival. The project develops a model for a sustainable, temporary interior that is both playful and principled.

["Kristian Aus":]
Toby Horrocks’ ["Freefold Furniture":]

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