Hechima 5 by Ryuji Nakamura

August 8th, 2011 by retail design blog

It is made of sheets of firm industrial paper that have been stuck together in many wavy layers to make the holes look like a net. The strength and flexibility have been adjusted to fit the size of the holes. It is easy to make and widely used even as a table or a bed. The design is mechanical and simple, and depending on the angle, it portrays an organic and complicated shape with a strong impact.

Designed by Ryuji Nakamura

















Photos copyright : Ryuji Nakamura Architects
http://www.contemporist.com/2009/08/17/hechima-5-by-ryuji-nakamura/

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