The DIFFA’s Dining By Design is in San Francisco. Architect John Lum designed the cardboard “Dining Womb” to be an escape from the madness outside.

Made completely of laser-cut sheets of packing cardboard set into plywood combs, the Zen-like tunnel sat 20, glowed softly with unobtrusive lighting, sprouted with ethereal air plants from Flora Grubb Gardens and provided a pleasantly filtered view.

The goal of John Lum to create a space that upped the intimacy level at a dinner party—made up of many who were meeting that night for the first time—was flawlessly executed.

via californiahomedesign