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Italian lighting brand Slamp worked with designer Nigel Coates to create a cardboard house for displaying the company's range of lights.

A team of ten young designers from Slamp took part in a workshop with the brand's art director Coates to create a neutral backdrop for capturing the lighting designs.

Designs by Coates, Zaha Hadid and various others were set among cardboard furniture arranged into rooms at Slamp's headquarters just outside Rome.

Book shelves, kitchen appliances and cutlery were all crafted from the brown material and set out to create different environments around the home.

Three hundred and fifty square metres of cardboard were milled and assembled using a hot glue gun over the ten-day workshop.

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