Origami-Inspired Home Decor

Origami-Inspired Home Decor

Sarah Coffey
Jul 20, 2009
One of the smart things about origami is the way it folds something larger into a small, neatly designed package. Furniture and product designers often use lessons from origami to inform the creation of flat-packed items that can be easily shipped and stowed. We've rounded up a few examples, from small DIYable ideas to larger tables and chairs... • 1 Made from recycled paper: Origami Organizer from Clemence Cocquet, $27 • 2 Made from screen-printed felt: Folded Felt Bowls by Meghan Burch, $34 • 3 Made from powder-coated steel: Blu Dot's Real Good Chair, $129 • 4 Made from 3 joined pieces of aluminum: Noguchi Prismatic Table by Vitra, $630 • 5 Made from steel and plastic: Folded Coffee Table by Arik Levy, $840 Photos: Clemence Cocquet, Meghan Burch, Aaron Able, Domino, Centro Inc
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