Nostalgic Design: Tape House Made Of 7,000 Cassettes [Pic]

Nostalgic Design: Tape House Made Of 7,000 Cassettes [Pic]
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Aspiring architect Emmett McNamara explores material reuse and creates a deeper connection with viewers through nostalgia.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 3 march 2011

Aspiring architect Emmett McNamara has put together over 7,000 cassette tapes to create a temporary structure aptly named “Tape House.” With the aim of exploring material reuse and creating a deeper connection with viewers through nostalgia, McNamara succeeds in evoking a sense of longing for the bygone days of listening to cassette tapes with a Walkman.

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