Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Sound responsive wall modules The NONdesigns SOUND Wall, designed by Scott Franklin and Miao Miao, is a modular system of interactive tiles used to create

Pulp-Based Computing

Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Paper electronics Pulp-Based Computing is a fabrication technique for creating paper composites, which can function as sensors, actuators and circuit boards while retaining the physical


Mar 16, 2017No Comments

Metallic high-pressure laminate As the early Alchemists sought to turn common lead into precious gold and silver, Lamin-Art’s latest innovation transforms common HPL into a

Self-Structured Sliding Doors

Dec 01, 2009No Comments

Self-supporting paper screens Traditional Japanese shoji are sliding doors made of washi paper supported by wood crosspieces. The paper offers privacy and protection from wind


Nov 02, 2009No Comments

Expandable and stackable paper seating Softseating is made entirely from kraft paper, utilizing a flexible honeycomb structure to fan open into stools, benches, and loungers.

Disposable Office

Sep 01, 2009No Comments

Recyclable recycled furniture The value of paper is typically measured by the value of the information it carries; once the information is deemed useless, the


Dec 27, 2008No Comments

Punched-paper place mats Fragments is a series of paper place mats featuring punched-out patterns. They are all segments of the same pattern design, with references

Water Pachinko

Oct 14, 2008No Comments

Water-based game with hydrophobic paper For the Takeo Company-sponsored exhibition Haptic, designer Kenya Hara created an alternative version of one of Japan’s favorite pastimes. Instead


Jun 22, 2008No Comments

Recycled paper and cashew-nut-shell-resin biocomposite Manufactured by KlipTech Composites, PaperStone is comprised of 100 percent postconsumer recycled paper encapsulated within a non-petroleum-based resin binder. The


Mar 18, 2008No Comments

Paper-based humidifier with hydrophobic coating When water droplets fall on lotus leaves, they bead up into balls. Dubbed the lotus effect, this phenomenon occurs because