The 'Hidden Lines' Guest Room by Jeroen van Mechelen

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Dec 7, 2009   Updated: Aug 10 2011 • References: & dezeen
In Vals, Switzerland, there is a villa carved out of a mountain. In that villa, you'll find the 'Hidden Lines' guest room by Amsterdam designer Jeroen van Mechelen of Studio JVM.

The Hidden Lines guest room is a vaulted room crafted of angled cardboard panels. The overall look and aesthetic was inspired by medieval painting, which lends an interesting old-world comparison to Mechelen's modern day use of eco-friendly cardboard and paper-craft design.

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