I was living in a small studio apartment in downtown Brooklyn when I realized I wanted to make a retro interior.
The problem with that idea was that it required a lot of space, so I decided to make the house out of cardboard boxes.
I bought a 2-by-2-foot, 4-by 4-foot section of plywood, cut it in half, and painted it black.
I then glued it to the inside of a piece of plyboard, and glued it back together with a piece from the same sheet.
I did this for about four months, until I realized that I could use a 3-D printer to make things that looked a little bit like real furniture.
The house in the picture above was built in just a couple of days, using a 3.5-inch-by 3-inch cardboard template.
I built the entire house from scratch with my 3D scanner.
First, I built the interior of the house using a standard 4- by 4- foot section of wood.
Then I cut it into two pieces, and cut them to length.
The top and bottom of each piece were glued together with wood glue, then glued back together.
Next, I painted the top of the plywood to match the color of the door.
Then I made sure that all of the walls were black, and added a piece to each side of the doors to make them look like a door frame.
Finally, I glued in the hinges, doors, and windows.
The result was a look that matched the wood and cardboard perfectly.
Here’s the house in progress.