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Architecture January, 9 2014

See the Chameleon Paper Cabin in Sweden that Changes Color

Architect and designer Mattias Lind of Scandinavian firm White Arkitekter builds the Chameleon Cabin — a structure built entirely from paper that changes color depending on the angle viewed. The small construction is built from sheets of “Miniwell,” a thin corrugated paper material superior in weight and strength to cardboard. Lind printed white and black marble on different sides of the ridged surface which allows for the unique color-changing properties. Although this home isn’t fully inhabitable, its definitely worth the look.

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