Jumbo Cardboard Box Kiosk Promotes New Search App
The South Korean search engine company, Naver, has launched a unique pop-up container structure to boost exposure.
Shipping containers converted into pop-up stores and temporary installations are a common sight these days in cities around the world. This interesting example spotted on We Heart pushed the design possibilities in a different direction. Urbantainer, a South Korean based architecture and design firm combined a stock metal container with sheets of raw corrugated cardboard resulting in a unique branded kiosk called the Naver App Square. Meant to look like a giant opened up cardboard parcel, the exterior is wrapped with packaging and shipping graphics including a QR code label visitors can scan.
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