Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura has come up with an elegant chair design made entirely of paper (vulcanized fibre). The unique form of this seemingly fragile yet functional seat pushes the boundaries.
Designed by Koji Sekita (via DesignBoom), these objects are “composed of paper sheets, the cardstock is scored and folded in a zigzag pattern. Each identical piece is then joined, creating the form of a chair.
This Monocoque (French for "single shell") Structural Skin was designed by Neri Oxman. It is made from acrylic composites and was made to demonstrate the notion of a structural skin using a "Voronoi pattern". Using a special 3D printing technology Oxman demonstrates parts and assemblies made of multiple materials integrated in a single build.
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