Folding is relatively an ancient tendency in contemporary architecture. Traditional cultures of Japanese art which used paper folding to create a given result by using folds, crease, pleat, cut, pull up, turn, etc. etc. preferably without the use of gluing. Paper folding and paper cutting are very playful way of designing which offers surprises during the design process. Along with anthropometric installation, workbase 3 has added on another task which is to explore tranformations of the ivory board surface into a 3D form (volume). The student has to understand the method as the ivory board is introduced as quintessential foldable material. The board has its own character, weight and structural strength/capacity. And here are the results. Please feel free to view other images by clicking the first photo.
Urban Brinchang| Cameron Highlands -
8 years ago