Véronique Tulasne has been working with cardboard for about ten years now. This raw material is only obtained from the recovery of large packaging boxes destined for waste. Through meticulous cutting and assembly work, and by playing with the different facets of corrugated cardboard, mirror frames, photo frames and paintings are born, as well as lamps.
The use of Nepalese or Japanese paper combined with the raw appearance of the cardboard brings contrasts and colors to the creations. The strength of corrugated cardboard also allows for unique, original and functional furniture. These are covered with paper and varnish for a quality custom finish.
Véronique Tulasne also offers cardboard furniture manufacturing internships as well as creative workshops around material recovery.