Recycled Paper Bale Structure In Essen Germany

Posted by Ujagar Singh on 30 Dec 2012 07:43 PM

Berlin based architects Ben and Daniel Dratz of Dratz&Dratz Architekten design and construct a new building on an old mining locale. This 2,045 square foot temporary work space in Essen,Germany, is made with 550 bales of recycled paper. The financial assistance of $200,000 came from Essen’s Zollverein School of Management and Design.

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