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Swedish Designer's Floating Cardboard City Is Beyond Genius

Enter Nina Lindgren's "Cardboard Heaven."

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Her graduation project at SCPA was "Cardboard Heaven." The 14 ft. high sculpture took more than six weeks to complete, working at least 8 hours a day. She built it in twelve pieces to be able to move it.

Nina went on to undertake an even bigger project: cardboard urban cities, bound together to create a hanging chandelier-like object that could be seen from all angels. She dubbed it "Floating City."

About 2 meters in diameter, the process for making "Floating City" was just as complicated as her "Cardboard Heaven."

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