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Origami Bench by blackLAB Architects

Origami Bench by blackLAB Architects

The Origami Bench, designed by blackLAB architects inc., is clever seating that was created as part of a special exhibition at the 2014 Interior Design Show in Toronto. The design itself is fabricated from geometric-shaped panels of white laminate covered, baltic birch plywood that are connected with piano hinges. The origami inspired planes each fold together and lay firm against the tubular steel legs they rest upon, giving the look of folded paper. Check out more of our Notsostrictly posts inspired by paper.

Polygonal Paper Chair by Christian Fiebig

Polygonal Paper Chair by Christian Fiebig

Christian Fiebig is a german product designer that has created his reinterpretation of the chesterfield deep buttoned armchair by use of a computer program to reconstruct it entirely with polygonal faces. He then made this prototype come to life by rebuilding it with paper which helped him to realize it as a full scale model. He is currently still working on the development of the chair as a functional piece.

Yksi Chair by Antti Pulli and Alexander Brink

Alexander Brink and Antti Pulli are currently based in Helsinki where they are pursuing industrial design degree from Aalto University. Together they have created the "Yksi" chair, meaning "one" in Finnish, which is made up of a single piece of cardboard to minimize its use of space also requiring no loose parts or ends.