After extensive peer-review within the national cardboard pop-up display network, Frontiers was chosen to have the most interesting and engaging trade show booth at the Experimental Biology Conference in Chicago this Spring. Both scientists and marketing strategists agreed that the Frontiers cardboard booth was fresh, innovative, and built incredibly sustainably in comparison to a sea of ho-hum exhibits and average looking displays. 14,000 scientists, often quite shy, flocked unapologetically to meet the Frontiers family and asked about their rad paper-board furniture and how their open-access publishing will change how science is reviewed and shared in the world. Chairigami furniture was expertly customized to coordinate with Frontiers logo and to create a one-of-a-kind space amidst trade show cacophony to share research and ideas. After the show, Frontiers decided to donate their pristine cardboard creations to a local museum continuing the circle of cardboard life for future generations of scientists.
Chairigami partnered with Google Cardboard to outfit their offices in the cardboard tradition. Pop-up furniture meets origami virtual reality. Google cardboards, flat-packing paperboard goggles that turn your smartphone into a VR experience, make virtual reality experiences accessible in the home and the classroom. What better than build an inspiring workspace for Google with the same whimsical cardboard folds that power their virtual reality solution for the masses.
Hi I'm Zach. I'm the founder of chairigami and I love all things cardboard.