tripleliving constructs tiny city stationery from soft concrete
 
tripleliving constructs tiny city stationery from soft concrete tripleliving constructs tiny city stationery from soft concrete
nov 23, 2014

tripleliving constructs tiny city stationery from soft concrete

tripleliving constructs tiny city stationery from soft concrete
all images courtesy of tripleliving

 

 

 

small scale architectural representations provide people with a different perspective in relation to space and function. this knowledge, combined with a sense of humor and their intention of design, tripleliving has created ‘tiny city’.

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
the pieces combined into a miniature city

 

 

 

the stationery series utilizes a uniquely developed material, soft concrete, to combine with wood to create visual and using conflict for users. ‘sometimes people may forget there are some short pencils waiting for us in the penholder. thus, the project separates spaces for different items, each of them can have a right space to stay,’ says the taiwanese studio. as for the appearance, using the form of corrugated metal and wood panels for the bottom void has resulted in an aesthetic similar to that of a cement house.

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
stacking the modules for more storage space

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
cement penholder

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
the object holding pencils and an eraser

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
the pencil mimicking a chimney

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
showing the plushness of the material

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
manipulating the material

tripleliving tiny city soft concrete stationery
the house in the workshop

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

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