By Carla Jordan | CS magazine
Modern manufacturers are interpreting the centuries-old Japanese art of paper folding with laser-cut slotted sheets of steel that can be bent, folded and locked into place. Or with three-dimensional fabric tiles that can be installed on walls or ceilings to form an endless variety of shapes. We say they’re a sweet twist of fate!
>>Reflex-Angelo Origami modular cabinet, price upon request, reflexangelo.com
>>Jaime Salm’s Origami side table, $185, miocollection.com
>>Polygon cushion, $100, miacullin.com
>>A La Carte Origami three-piece bowl/plate set, $100, rosenthalusa.com