Unboxy is cardboard architecture, providing a low cost, high impact, textural medium that inspires students, educators, coworkers and families at home to experiment with shapes, forms and processes that can be integrated into schools, workplaces and homes . It is designed to complement, not disrupt, the environments where the activity takes place. Unboxy is a kit of parts – large cardboard shapes and connectors allows the user to create the geometric forms of their choosing. A sense of collaboration and wellbeing is fostered within the community as participants are encouraged to experiment, imagine, and push the basic shapes of Unboxy to its limits.
“Unboxy offers support for wellbeing and at the same time provides the building blocks for learning. This is a rare and remarkable resource that will help teachers and students rebuild the classroom community.”
- Associate Professor Dr Craig Deed, Ph.D, La Trobe University