F.ly-Table Lamp by Andrea Macruz

Andrea Macruz Shares The F.ly Table Lamp

Andrea Macruz, the thinktank behind the awarded work f.ly by Andrea Macruz spells out, Observing an Embaúba leaf, the following question popped up: how would it be possible to transform this ramification pattern into an origami, which is usually very symmetrical? How to make folding patterns similar to some in Nature? Like a leaf that withers. This pieces were design with withering in mind. They come flat, to facilitate their transport and storage, and when used they open. They are made of a neutral ph paper, instead of an acid one, so they are more durable and won't yellow in time like rice paper does. The plaiting on the surface is made in natural vegetable pigments..

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