London-based design school, KLC School of Design has been living in a box for the last few weeks! BA (Hons) Interior Design students have created a highly distinctive, recyclable, light weight and cost-effective exhibition stand for their upcoming Graduate Exhibition at KLC School of Design on 7 and 8 July.
The carefully considered ‘Cubist-inspired’ stand will be constructed entirely out of large, brown cardboard boxes and will be the first fully recyclable stand at KLC. It will also be boxed up and transported to the annual Interior Educators (IE) FreeRange show at the Truman Brewery from 9 July, where the BA (Hons) students have been selected to exhibit their work for the first time this year.
BA (Hons) Course leader, Steven Separovich said:
“Our students are very creative and resourceful. We were looking for a simple but striking, cost-effective, flat pack, and recyclable solution for our exhibition and there is no simpler backdrop to display the student’s work than the humble cardboard box.”
To view the minimalist stand in all its ‘brown box’ glory; together with the students marvellous design work, pop along to KLC School of Design Graduate Exhibition, 503 Chelsea Design Centre East, London SW10 on 07 and 08 July or the annual Interior Educators (IE) FreeRange show at The Old Truman Brewery, London 09 – 13 July.