Introduction: Cardboard GoT-Inspired Wall Divides Office

These guys created the Game of Thrones Wall in their office! See the video here: https://www.parcel2go.com/content-hub/game-of-thrones-cardboard-wall-experiment

Step 1: Planning

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First of all they had to plan the construction of the wall and work out how many boxes would be required...

Step 2: Preparation

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They then gathered all of the materials they needed and waited until the other employees left the office before the building process could commence.....

Step 3: Forming the Boxes

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The team constructed 74 flat-pack boxes to use in the wall...

Step 4: Forming the Boxes (continued)

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Using 3,848 inches of parcel tape to secure the cardboard into their box form...

Step 5: Construction

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Then it came to assembling the boxes into the Wall... The Wall was 90 inches tall and 348 inches wide, spreading across the office...

Step 6: Construction (continued)

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It just needed some final touches... including trees cut out of cardboard to imitate the forest which stands in front of the wall...

Step 7: Completion

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And the wall was complete.

As you can imagine the wall created a lot of excitement and confusion in the office the following morning when their co workers started to arrive - and the disruption finally resulted in the Wall being demolished!

Comments

Swansong (author)2017-06-28

Haha, that's pretty funny. :) How long did it take before they broke it down?

natalieer91 (author)Swansong2017-06-29

Only a couple of hours before it was demolished - turns out that such a large division didn’t have a great impact on the
working day in the office!

Swansong (author)natalieer912017-06-29

Aw, then they should think . . . outside the box!

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