Multifunctional Textile by Samira Boon

Samira Boon Shows The Archi Folds Multifunctional Textile

Samira Boon, the author of the highlighted work Multifunctional Textile:Archi Folds by Samira Boon illustrates, Archie Folds are inspired by the potential of Japanese origami techniques in architecture as a solution for flexible spatial usage. They enable spaces to stay functional for longer and fulfill their potential when owners and requirements change. Archi Folds is a strong spatial gesture at the same time easily transported or moved thanks to their compact fold. High performance structures can be unfolded into a myriad of different shapes due to their structural flexibility, allowing two identical products to be installed in completely unique manners, re-used in different shapes and sizes. .

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