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MOST Architecture: Brandbase Pallet

  • Posted by Neil Simonton on October 5, 2010 in Architecture
  • There have been plenty of attempts to build with recycled wooden pallets, but none have quite pulled it off like the Pallet Project at the offices of Brandbase in Amsterdam.

    When the creative agency approached MOST Architecture to design the temporary space for their new studio, their only requirement was that it had to be furnished by recycled materials.

    The Dutch firm went all out with the direction, creating a naturally warm and modern interior using 270 wooden pallets. The ubiquitous industrial materials is used for almost every aspect of the space, including desks, flooring, hang-out seating, a boardroom table, and stairs.

    For more, check out a stop-motion video of the construction of the project.

    (via Designboom)





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