The Bloomberg Meeting Space by Lazarian fuses creativity with environmentally conscious design ideals. English designer Liam Hopkins of Lazerian used waste cardboard as a primary material when constructing a meeting area inside Bloomberg's London headquarters.
The media company donated its own wasted cardboard in order to make the project happen. The Bloomberg Meeting Space by Lazerian uses re-purposed cardboard material to form a large curve-linear design constructed from smaller, triangular shapes. Hopkins calls the cave-like structure Pupa because of its association with natural habitats such as cocoons, nests and bee-hives.
The dynamic element envelops a table and chair combination, constructed from broken down wooden shipping pallets. Lazarian's use of triangles increases the acoustical and structural elements of the cardboard material and a cocoon shape allows for privacy. The distinctively designed space is both functional and visually stunning.
Image Credit: Lazerian
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