Cardboard Design: Installation at Louvre Lens
Etruscans Like Cardboard
One of the latest temporary installations by Italian design studio A4Adesign is a cardboard reproduction of the City of Cerveteri, a cardboard installation for the Louvre Lens museum in France.
One hundred and twenty fire-resistant cardboard panels and five cubic metres of material were used to reconstruct an Etruscan tomb which is 3.4 metres high and 7 metres in diameter, and doubles as a media arena. Next to it, a temple which is 3.15 metres tall and 3 metres wide.
A4Adesign, specialized in cardboard installations and cardboard furniture, in collaboration with BonD has re-created The City of Cerveteri using recycled cardboard. The sturdy and yet light material is the right choice for a flexible solution. Have a look and get some inspiration for your next retail installation and retail design.
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The city of Cerveteri
5 December 2013 to 10 March 2014
Temporary Exhibition Gallery