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BP&O Collections — Dyed Papers & Boards

 

Loupedeck by Bond

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Loupedeck by Bond

 

2LG by Two Times Elliott

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – 2LG by Two Times Elliott

 

Maldini Studios by Jens Nilsson

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Maldini Studios by Jens Nilsson

 

Moriarty by Bond

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Moriarty by Bond

 

Volcano at Home by Commission

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Volcano at Home by Commission

 

Rain, Gravity, Heat, Cold by Blok

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Rain, Gravity, Heat, Cold by Blok

 

Here East by dn&co.

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Here East by dn&co.

 

MOAA Architects by Inhouse

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – MOAA Architects by Inhouse

 

Folk+Form by Snøhetta

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Folk+Form by Snøhetta

 

Kisumé by Fabio Ongarato Design

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Kisumé by Fabio Ongarato Design

 

Chaos by Socio Design

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Chaos by Socio Design

 

Daechung Park Cafe by Studio fnt

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Daechung Park Cafe by Studio fnt

 

Cult 20 Years, Event & Exhibition by Toko

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Cult 20 Years, Event & Exhibition by Toko

 

Rimowa by Commission

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Rimowa by Commission

 

Migrant Journal by Offshore Studio

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Migrant Journal by Offshore Studio

 

Tatau by Inhouse

 

Dyed Papers and Boards – Tatau by Inhouse

 

This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and get access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands on previous posts under the category The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here.


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