Take some old boxes, attach them and set up a Pop-up bar. In this example, IKEA boxes were used.
Instead of dumping old storage boxes, why not give them a second life as alcohol-slinging pop-up shops? Designers Diogo Aguiar and Teresa Otto have provided an excellent blueprint for aspiring pop-up bar owners with their temporary bar, a modular white cube made out of 420 IKEA boxes.
Out of the box thinking? (Check out the rest of the story on Fast Company.)
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