We create origami inspired large scale installations and faceted sculptures, combining experience of contemporary jewelry and architecture to explore movement through textural form.
As a design practice we’re challenging the traditions of origami and exploring the possibilities of manipulating humble paper – transforming it into contemporary art installations. We call it Architectural Origami.
We work with paper stocks, metallic’s and fabrics – choosing simple flat materials to create unexpected elaborate structures through repetitive and precise folds. Through manipulation by folding and creasing, we transform single layer paper and metal into immersive installations, imbuing them with a performative potentiality.
We aim to create installations that generate a dialogue with the space they inhabit, presenting and connecting them to each other through the process of making.
We push ourselves to develop our practice, inspire others and challenge the boundaries for abstract and architectural origami as a contemporary art form.