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Graduation and Cube Air Vases by   Torafu Architects for Ligne Roset

Gradation and Cube Air Vases by Torafu Architects for Ligne Roset

Graduation and Cube Air Vases by Torafu Architects for Ligne Roset

Del estudio japonés Torafu Architects es ‘Airvase’, que parte de una lámina de papel con cortes en láser y se estira hasta formar estos resi...

Feria Ambiente: Desde Frankfurt, lo último en materia de deco y diseño

This is a paper bowl that envelops air. You can freely change its shape by molding it. The thin and lightweight paper gains tension and strength when pulled out. By expanding and compacting it in diverse ways, you can enjoy the ever-changing patterns

As wrapped into the air, paper bowl form can be freely changed. Depending on the extension, you can create different form. Torafu - Japan.

Designed by the Japanese studio Torafu Architects, these sculptural objects seem ready to float away.

Entfaltung (unfold/expand/develop) - www.julewaibel.com

Entfaltung (unfold/expand/develop) - www.julewaibel.com

Air Vases by Torafu Architects

japanese architect and artist collaborate on the 'airvase', which takes on a new identity with photographic explorations of the NASA space program.

video: Air vases by Torafu Architects - interactive sculptures, flat disks that can be molded into 3D shapes http://torafu.com/works/air_rw #design #product_design

Vases That Look Like Graphic Art, Suspended In Mid-Air

The Japanese studio Torafu Architects designed these air vases: patterns are printed on both sides of paper disks, which are cut so the user can simply pull them into the desired shape.

Avec des pentagones

Math Monday: Paper knot pentagons

DIY Paper Sphere designed by Heinz Strobl and made by Rosa Sanchez of 120 "knots". It has 12 star shaped openings and 20 nine-sided openings.

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