See how they used cardboard tubes to make a remarkable creative space for these food and drink vendors

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

 
Foolscap Studio, have designed a temporary food and drink space in Sydney, Australia, that has been setup while the Barangaroo development is under construction.
 

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

Working together with Lendlease, they created the 170m (557ft) long space, that is home to food and drink vendors like, Edition Coffee Roasters, Gin&It, Riva Reno Gelato, Belle’s Hot Chicken and Mamak.

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

This photo looking towards the space, shows how open the space is to the promenade and waterfront on the left.

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

The space has been made from especially engineered recycled cardboard tubes and sustainable local plywood.

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

Illuminated cut out sections are home to some of Australia’s native plants, which will be removed and relocated once the project has ended.

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

Here is a look at the curved plywood seating.

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

Cardboard tubes have also been used as the supporting structure for tables in the space.

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

These small seats are also made from cardboard tubes, but they have plywood tops.

Cardboard Tubes Are The Material Choice For This Pop Up In Sydney

Photography by Penny Lane

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