Scribe’s House by Pablo Lehmann is made entirely of pages from books, including a bed, bathtub, curtains, and dinner table.

Argentinean artist Pablo Lehmann‘s ‘Scribe’s House’ is a life-size apartment made entirely of recycled paper from books. Torn white, yellow, and brown pages were used to create a bed, bathtub, curtains, chairs, and a dinner table covered in words.

Inhabitat reports that the installation, which took two years to create, will be on exhibit at Art Basel Miami from 6th-9th December. Anthropologie in New York City also has a version on display and they are selling a photography book of the exhibit. Click through to see pictures of the Scribe’s House:

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