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An architect named Mattias Lind is responsible for making one of the most economical and magical cabins you”ll ever see. Mattias designed this cabin to be made completely out of paper as a showcase for Goteborgstryckeriet, a printing company. The cool thing about this cabin isn”t even immediately apparent, but keep looking, you”ll find it.

The cabin was build out of paper just to prove what a printing company could do with their processes and materials.

The cabin was build out of paper just to prove what a printing company could do with their processes and materials.

Mattias used Miniwell corrugated paper that fit together to form a 75-square-foot, nearly 10-foot-high, 220-pound house with a gabled roof.

Mattias used Miniwell corrugated paper that fit together to form a 75-square-foot, nearly 10-foot-high, 220-pound house with a gabled roof.

The house can be extended by several hundred feet.

The house can be extended by several hundred feet.

Not only that, but each side of the house”s accordion folds has a different pattern. So you may see an entirely different house if you see it at the right angle.

Not only that, but each side of the house

They dubbed the house “The Chameleon Cabin” because of its different appearance from each angle.

They dubbed the house

It really isn”t suitable for a house…

It really isn

But a small office, play room or yoga studio? It”d be perfect.

But a small office, play room or yoga studio? It

It looks like black marble, it looks like white marble… it”s amazing this house looks like marble at all, given that it”s made out of paper.

Source: designboom

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