Pablo Lehmann's paper art installation will either delight or horrify bibliophiles, since the walls and every surface of The Scribe's House are covered in pages from books. For the most part, the installations use only one type of paper that has an aged orange tint to it. On top of this, as an accent color to help viewers distinguish one object from another, a second type of paper is used.
Even though absolutely everything is made from paper, it's fairly easy to see things like shelves, desks, chairs, beds, sheets and even nightstands that have been sculpted from the pages of books. Living in The Scribe House, there'd never be a shortage of reading material.