As wrapped into the air, paper bowl form can be freely changed. Depending on the extension, you can create different form. Torafu - Japan.
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.
Vases That Look Like Graphic Art, Suspended In Mid-Air 2
Tapio Wirkkala, three handcrafted bowls, 1969, 1970, 1978, hammered precious metal (silver)
TORAFU ARCHITECTS / 空気の器
Jun Murakoshi - Product Designer, MA(RCA) | Born in 1978, awarded BEng. and MEng at Chiba University, Japan and MA at Design Products, Royal College of Art, UK. Jun has working experiences as Freelance product designer to design new products and business with takram design engineering and i.lab (innovation laboratory inc.), program researcher at graduate school of engineering, Chiba University and assistant professor at Center for international research and education, Chiba University…
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