KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals

KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals

Categories: Design and Architecture | Holidays and Festivals

These cardboard tents for fans of music festivals were developed by KarTent from the Netherlands. We really hope they reach our country.

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KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals Source: deadbees.net

KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals

There are many music festivals around the world. According to statistics, every year one in four visitors to such events forgets to pick up their tent, creating problems for the organizers due to the need to somehow remove the huge amount of non-recyclable waste.

KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals

KarTent's solution allows festival organizers to create temporary living quarters out of cardboard tents, eliminating the need for attendees to bring their own tent.

KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals

Each tent comes pre-assembled and can be easily decorated with sponsor advertisements. At the same time, such double structures with windows and doors can withstand three days of continuous rain.

KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals

The cardboard that makes up the tent is easily recyclable. Therefore, after the festival, it can be immediately sent to the paper industry to create new products.

KarTent - cardboard tents for music festivals

And this is the new design tent of 2016.

Keywords: Cardboard | Netherlands | Tent

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