Head to Amsterdam and witness a construction that’s quite a phenomenon. There, a commercial creative agency going by the name of “Nothing” has just taken shape. Started by Michael Jansen and Bas Korsten, the Nothing office is a rare construction in that it is constructed entirely out of cardboard. Designers Alrik Koudenburg and Joost van Bleiswijk are behind this unusual creation. Everything in the office – walls, beams, tables, shelving and even stairs – is made of cardboard. The Nothing team was terribly fascinated with the idea of creating something out of nothing; an idea that’s behind the company’s name as well. The pictures attached to this bit prove just how much thought has been put into constructing the Nothing office. Spacious, classy and original, the Nothing office is marvelous, and in all probability, cheap as well. And don’t read too much into those neat walls. The cardboard is intended to double up as an impromptu canvas for the visitors. A facility already been used by illustrator Fiodor Sumkin.